Simple Shortcut to Convert Videos to Gifs on iPhone
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To create iPhone video to GIF there are several third-party apps available. You can even choose the online sites for the task, but the editing and other options will be limited. The GIFs on your iPhone can be created using videos as well as Live photos.
One of the best ways to create a GIF is using the Shortcuts app that comes pre-installed on devices running on iOS 13 and later versions of the OS. The app has shortcuts to accomplish several tasks on your iPhone including GIF creation. Learn about using Shortcuts and other tools for creating a GIF on iPhone.
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Part 1 How to make GIF from Video on iPhone using Shortcut App
One of the easiest ways to convert video GIF iPhone is by using the Shortcuts app. If you have deleted the app, you can reinstall it from the app store. Once the app is installed, you would next need to allow the untrusted shortcuts and for this go to Settings > Shortcuts> toggle Add Untrusted Shortcuts to add the shortcuts created by the user. The further steps for converting video to GIF iPhone are as follows.
Step 1. On your iPhone, download the Video to GIF shortcut. You can download it using iCloud or RoutineHub. Find the shortcut and click on Get Shortcut will let you check the action of the shortcut.
Move down and click on the red Add Untrusted Shortcut button that will add the shortcut for the library.
Step 2. Go to the My Shortcuts tab and click on the Video to GIF section. If you are using it for the first time, you need to grant permission to use the videos and photos. Click on the OK button and continue.
Step 3. Next, browse and add the video from which you wish to create the GIF. Since GIF animations are short, it is always recommended to use short videos.
Step 4. Video processing will start and during this, the Video to GIF shortcut will be greyed out.
Step 5. Once done, the preview of the GIF will appear on the screen. Finally, you can save the GIF to your Photos app on iPhone or can also share it through email, AirDrop, iMessage, and other third-party services as needed.
Part 2 How to save Live Photos as GIF on iPhone
Live Photo is an interesting feature of the iPhone where an image is captured in an animated form for a couple of seconds. These Live Photos can be easily converted to GIFs using the steps below.
Step 1. On your iPhone Photo app, open the Live Photo that you want to save as GIF.
Step 2. Darg the selected photo upwards and will see multiple effects options along with other image details.
Step 3 To save the selected image as GIF, choose Loop or Bounce animation. Once done, share the image on mail and other services listed or save it to the device.
Part 3 How to save Live Photo as video on iPhone
You can also convert your live photos to videos and then use them for making GIFs and for other uses. The steps for iPhone live photo to video are as follows.
Step 1. On your iPhone, open the Photos app and choose the Live Photo that you want to convert.
Step 2. Next, click on the share button at the bottom of the screen and multiple options will be seen.
Step 3. Scroll down and choose Save as Video option and with this, the live photo will be saved as a Video.
Additionally, you can also convert the LivePhotos to videos using the shortcut app.
Part 4 How to save videos as live photos on your iPhone?
If you need to convert your videos to live photos on iPhone, there are several third-party tools available and one of the widely used is IntoLive. Using this app, videos, as well as GIFs, can be converted into live photos.
Steps on how to turn a video into a live photo iPhone
Step 1. Download, install and launch the IntoLive app from the app store.
Step 2. Next, browse and add the desired video.
Step 3. If needed, the added video can be customized using several supported features.
Step 4. Next, click on the Make option at the top-right corner and then choose the repeats you want for a Live Photo.
Step 5. Finally, click on the Live Photo and your Live Photo will be saved to the device.
Part 5 Best tool for creating GIFs and video editing on your Windows and Mac- Wondershare Filmora
Above we have listed several ways to create GIFs on your iPhone and also to convert videos to LivePhotos and vice-versa. Installing different tools for different tasks is a hassle and also a time-consuming task. So, if you are looking for an all-in-one tool that allows you to create GIFs, and professionally edit your media files, Wondershare Filmora Video Editor is the best tool to consider. Available for quick download on your Windows and Mac system, this feature-packed software has an intuitive and user-friendly interface.
Get started easily with Filmora's powerful performance, intuitive interface, and countless effects!
Media files in all key formats are supported by the tool and there are multiple options for editing and video creation like splitting, rotating, cutting, adding effects, sounds, text, and other elements. In a few simple steps, your customized GIF and other professional-looking media files will be ready.
Steps to create GIF using Wondershare Filmora
Step 1. Launch the installed software on your system and add the video or images from the system.
Step 2. The added media files next need to be dragged and dropped to the timeline at the bottom of the interface.
Step 3. After the files are moved, you can customize them using several editing tools like rotate, crop, cut, and more.
Step 4. Next, add text, effects, sound, and other elements as needed.
Step 5. Finally choose to export the file and then from the Local tab, select the GIF option. Choose a file name and location and then finally click on the EXPORT button.
● Key Takeaways from This Episode →
●There are several ways to turn video into GIF iPhone.
●Using shortcuts is one of the most straightforward methods for creating GIFs using videos.
●You can also convert videos to LivePhoto and vice versa on your iPhone using third-party apps.
●Wondershare Filmora is an excellent software to make GIFs and professionally edit media files.