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Make a video your avatar

Monday, February 12, 2007

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Have you observed creative and funny avatars on profiles when you visit some forums? Well, you might know they are of the GIF format. GIFs, unlike JPG(the usual picture format) can be made animated with recurring picture movements.

While there exist a lot of softwares to convert a bunch of JPG pictures together into a GIF, I found this new website that helps you to make a GIF from a video.

Now, you have to make a four-second odd video(in WMV format), upload it and click on 'Make my GIF'. And the website converts your video to a GIF which you can as your avatar elsewhere.

Here is a good one, I found at the website.Now you go, make yours...!
posted by Anand, 1:08 PM


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