I use the amazing gifsicle on a daily basis to resize, optimize and modify animated GIFs for drag requests. I recently found myself getting tired of the command line interface and decided to write a UI package for what I've released as an open source.
GIFPop is a simple and free animated GIF editor for Mac, written in Swift. It's a minimal gif gif for the gifsicle that reveals some of the most used features, including: resizing optimizing trimming and basic ] color scheme adjustments.
How to use
- Drag a .gif file in the preview pane, or press Cmd-O to select
- Adjust the size by entering a new width or height, or use the slider
- Select other trimming, optimization, or color scheme options
GIFPop gives access to gifsicle's 3 primary optimization modes:
O1 – "Stores only the modified part of each image."
O2 O2 ] – "Also, use transparency to shrink the file further."
O3 – "Try more optimization methods slower, sometimes better results)"
Source Code: http://github.com/matthewreagan/GIFPop
Prebuilt binaries: GIFPop.zip (Last updated: 10/16/2016)
Work in progress
As mentioned in README, GIFPop is still working.
If you find any errors (small or otherwise), you must send a problem or reach me directly.
Happy GIF does!