Convert your html5 creative to animated GIF

This is an online html5 animation to GIF converter. Upload your HTML5 animation and provide us with some information. This could take 2 to 3 minutes, depending on the length and dimension of the animation. The maximum supported zip file size is 60 MB, and the maximum conversion time is 60 seconds. Horizontal 1920(width)x1080(height) or Vertical 1080(width)x1920(height) are the maximum supported dimensions.

Upload zip file of your creative. It should include one html file as well as references to assets (such as js, css, pictures, fonts, and so on).

Enter your HTML creative's http/https url.

Select Advance Options

Choose the number of loops for the output gif.

Enter the animation's duration in seconds.

Please keep in mind that if your creative includes a loop/iteration, you must enter the duration of the single/first loop. For example, if you want to run an animation for 30 seconds with each iteration lasting 5 seconds, enter 5 as the duration and 6 from the 'loop' drop down.

Select Ad Delivery Network (i.e banner gif with target file size).

Select frames per second. GIF file size is determined by FPS. Lower FPS means smaller file size..

Two steps: The tool will extract photos from your html animation for the length given. It will prompt you to select the Start and End frames (essentially the range to appropriately chop it) before generating the final result. If you are a new user, choose this option.

One Step: In this step, the tool will generate the final output directly till the duration limit is reached. It is only for experienced users.

Select an output dimension (Width x Height). If the item is not on the list, please type it into the input field manually.

Enter width of output between 30 and 1920.

Enter height of output between 30 and 1920.

This is a fairly slow encoder that produces gifs with good colours and a small file size.

Select the Quality. GIF file size is determined on quality. Lower quality results in a smaller file size.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can I lower the size of a GIF file?
  • Yes, you should choose a lower setting for frames per second and quality (50%).

  • Is there another way to get a high-quality 150KB gif?
  • Check this animation. The file is only 83 kb in size. It is determined by your animation. Avoid using motion in backdrop photos or any other form of image. Only text should be animated over the plan background. You should place the photo next to the text as if it were a static presentation with no animation (fade in/out, etc.). Instead of sliding the entire scene/slide, you should change the scene/slide by hiding the current slide and then displaying the new slide.

  • Is it possible to select the target file size for GIF?
  • Yes, See the 'Ad Delivery Network (Target file size)' option.

  • Why is a GIF's file size so large?
  • It is determined by the animation effects applied to the coloured region. The photo or backdrop may be animated (sliding, zooming) by your html creative. Avoid using animation and gredient in your photos.

  • What are your suggestions for html creative design so that I can make lesser gif file sizes?
  • The following are design changes for HTML5 creative.:

    Do not slide, zoom in/out, or fade in/out of the coloured photo. Place the photo in a fixed or static place.

    Avoid gradients and fading in/out.

    Only use animation effects on the text/message/label.

    Instead of using a gradient, use a single solid colour as much as possible.

  • What if my conversion becomes stuck for an extended period of time?
  • You should double-check it by refreshing the browser. If the record's progress does not change, you should try again with a fresh job.