TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – It’s still scorching hot in my area. Yet, I somehow get by with a couple of broken AC units. Anyway, I’m ready to introduce a new desktop application, which is 100% developed in SwiftUI. This new software release is called Angry GIF.
Angry GIF is a desktop application that lets you create a GIF animation file (.gif) out of a movie file (.mov, mp4). So you select a movie file, configuring some options including the interval (interval over which to extract frames from the movie), the number of loops, the delay in seconds and the image size. when you are ready, just click on the Save to Disk button at the top-right corner. That’s it.
- Drag and drop a movie file (.mov, .mp4) onto a water drop image to select a source movie file and use the file-select panel.
- Set the interval over which to extract frames out of the movie with a drop-down menu.
- Select the number of delays with a drop-down menu.
- Select the number of loops with a drop-down menu.
- Select the GIF image size with a drop-down menu.
- Click on the Save to Disk toolbar button
- Languages: English only.
- Application file size: 3.4 MB.
- The application comes with a built-in 6-page user’s guide. Click on the Quick Guide button under the Home screen.
- 64-bit system
- The application is fully functional without an in-app purchase except that the number of frames is capped at a maximum of 20.
Version 1.0.1 (Released on October 3rd, 2023)
- Fix: The user was not able to restore their in-app purchase.
There is no trial or demo version available since the application is available for free.
There is no video tutorial at this time.
This application does not collect user data at any level.
Angry GIF is a product of Señor Tomato.
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