9. april 2012 16:37
I have a simple and stupid question, it would be nice to have the final cliplet saved in .gif file, when I convert from whatever .wmv or .mp4 in a gif file the final result is less than poor.
tx for this superb work you are doing
11. april 2012 15:44Redaktør
Photoshop has the best video->gif covert that I have found.
Note gif is not going to maintain all of the color fidelity of the video formats. You only get 256 colors in a frame with gif vs. 16million colors for video formats.
20. april 2012 20:20
I have used the software and it is very handy and easy to work with. I do agree that it would be help a lot for an output as a .gif file. A .gif is much more usable than a WMV or MPEG4. After I played with my video on Cliplets I took it to my account on Cinegif.com and converted it to an animated gif to use on my email. Worked great.
22. april 2012 17:59if the goal of cliplets is neat little little animations then gif is the ideal target output; not heavy movie files.
12. juni 2012 03:09RedaktørGIF export is now available. Download the updated app here: http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/projects/cliplets/
- Markeret som svar af Eric StollnitzMicrosoft Employee, Moderator 21. august 2012 02:07