A downloadable tool for Linux
GIFephant is a tool for examining animation in animated GIFs by giving you the ability to slow down, pause, and zoom (without any blur).
There is a huge amount of great animation (especially Pixel Art) stored in GIFs all over. However, if you're learning to animate, it can be very hard to analyze these animations in an educational way. I've personally ended up staring at a single, small section of an animated GIF as it loops over and over until I felt sick. I would try to understand what made the swing of this sword feel so smooth, but I just couldn't see. So GIFephant was born.
GIFephant is a Linux desktop app (soon to be cross-platform) which will open any .GIF file and give you the ability to see exactly what is going on. No more trying to figure out full-speed GIFs on Twitter.
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GIFephant is built on various open source software.
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In order to download this tool you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $3.50 USD. You will get access to the following files: