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Make Animated GIFs to Boost Your Images with PicGIF for Mac

Posted In Graphic, Technology Reviews - By Techtiplib on Sunday, January 26th, 2014 With No Comments »

PicGIF for Mac is powerful yet easy-to-use. It allows you to make fun animated GIFs from your photos and videos on Mac OS X quickly and easily. You can also re-edit your existing GIFs.

It was just released by PearlMountain Technology Co., Ltd, a company specializes in developing graphics software since 2006. Their products like Picture Collage Maker, CollageIt, PicLight and other apps are greatly welcomed by users from all walks of life all over the world.

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PicGIF requires Mac OS X 10.7 or later. It also works well on Mac OS X Mavericks. Here are some key features you may want to know:

Multiple Import File Formats

PicGIF gives users multiple ways to import the files. You have the option to upload image formats like JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PNG, TGA, RAW, PIC, etc. PicGIF supports hundreds of image formats. Also, you are able to add video formats like MOV, MPEG, MP4, M4V, 3GP, AVI and more. Beside, PicGIF introduced GIF format. If you want, blend any formats you like.

Lots of Customizing Features

PicGIF provides many customization tools, which give you the convenience to set GIF size, Fill Mode, Speed and Sequence. You can set the frame delay, frame order as well. With agile text utility, you can add text caption and customize its Font, Color, Style, Size, Outline and Shadow at ease.

Convenient Export & Share Options

PicGIF features with real-time preview functionality, which makes it more convenient to decide a final GIF. Once you are satisfied with the final GIF, you can easily save it on your computer directly. Or send your GIF to your family and friends through Email or iMessage (note: iMassage  is only available for Mac OS X 10.8 or above).

Would you like to have a try? PicGIF is for everyone, whatever new or experienced.

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