Need to reduce the frame rate for your animated GIFs? VEED’s frame rate changer allows you to change your GIFs frame rate without leaving your browser. Lower your frame rate to create your own GIFs and share them on social media and instant messaging. Upload videos in any format, cut and trim any unwanted scenes, and lower the frame rate to convert it into a GIF. Add text, stickers, emojis and drawings to your GIF to give them a personal touch. VEED is an online video editor that helps you make entertaining GIFs for a wide range of audiences. Free, and easy to use.
Download as GIF - VEED lets you upload videos in any format, and re-encode as GIF. Use VEED to create your own GIFs. Share them on social media to deepen connection with your viewers.
Click ‘Get Started’ and drag & drop your files into the editor. Any formats accepted.
Click on the ‘Export’ button on the top-right of the editor. Then, click on the text “switch to advanced settings'', located on the right side of the menu. This will switch the menu from simple settings to advanced settings. There, you will see the “Framerate Limit” tool. Drag the button to the left or right to decrease or increase frame rate, respectively. Choose a frame rate between 5fps and 60fps.
Now, hit the blue ‘Export Video’ button and your video will render on the next page. Download as GIF.
Change frame rate for free, instantly from your browser. All online, no software to download.
Compress your videos to reduce their file sizes using VEED’s video compression tool. VEED’s video compressor lets you change the video’s frame rate within the same tool. Access the frame rate editor in ‘advanced settings’.
Add stickers, smileys, emojis, logos, shapes, text and drawings to bring your GIFs to life!
Whether you’re using Windows 10 or Mac, Linux or iPhone, our video editing app is designed to run smoothly and easily on any device.
1. Upload your Video or GIF
2. Hit ‘Export’
3. Select ‘Switch to Advanced’
4. Drag the ‘Framerate Limit’ button left or right
5. Press ‘Export Video’ to download
Follow the same instructions as above, but drag the framerate limit button to the left instead. Lowest available frame rate on VEED is 5fps.
Yes! Upload your video in any format, including - MP4, MPEG2/4, AVI, ASF, MPG, MKV, WMV, Youtube URL, and many more. You can render and download your video as GIF.
Typically, GIFs have a lower frame rate, between 15fps and 24fps. Aim to strike a balance between file size and quality. Lower frame rate leads to smaller size, and higher frame rate leads to higher quality.
It depends. If you want to make your video easier to download and share, a lower frame rate is the way to go. Lower frame rates mean smaller file sizes. Movies and films are typically played at 24fps or 30fps. Higher frame rates like 60fps are perfect for high-quality HD videos, but they tend to have larger file sizes.
VEED allows you to do so much more than changing frame rates. Add text, subtitles, stickers, progress bars, filters, and so much more. You can also edit audio files and add background music to your video. Use VEED to create awesome HD videos for social media. VEED is an easy to use online video editing app that works with Mac, Windows, Android, iPhone and all mobile devices. Say goodbye to expensive software like final cut pro.
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