How to Make GIFs From YouTube Videos on Mobile and PC

How to Make GIFs From YouTube Videos on Mobile and PC: Here are the ways to make GIFs from YouTube videos on a mobile device:

  1. GIPHY: GIPHY allows you to create GIFs from YouTube videos, you can download the app from the App Store or Google Play, then open the app and search for the YouTube video you want to make a GIF from, select the video and trim the part you want to make a GIF, then you can add captions, stickers or effects.
  2. GIF Maker: GIF Maker is a simple app that allows you to create GIFs from YouTube videos, you can download the app from the App Store or Google Play, then open the app and search for the YouTube video you want to make a GIF from, select the video and trim the part you want to make a GIF.
  3. Imgur: Imgur is an image hosting and sharing site, which allows you to create GIFs from YouTube videos by using the video link. You can open the link in the browser, then click on the “Video to GIF” button, which will take you to the GIF creation page, where you can trim the part you want to make a GIF and add captions.

Here are the ways to make GIFs from YouTube videos on a PC:

  1. GIPHY: GIPHY allows you to create GIFs from YouTube videos, you can go to GIPHY website, search for the YouTube video you want to make a GIF from, select the video and trim the part you want to make a GIF, then you can add captions, stickers or effects.
  2. Imgur: Imgur is an image hosting and sharing site, which allows you to create GIFs from YouTube videos by using the video link. You can open the link in the browser, then click on the “Video to GIF” button, which will take you to the GIF creation page, where you can trim the part you want to make a GIF and add captions.
  3. Online Tools: There are several online tools, such as imgflip, makeagif, or gifs.com, that allow you to create GIFs from YouTube videos by using the video link, they allow you to trim the part you want to make a GIF and add captions.

It’s worth noting that the ability to create GIFs from YouTube videos may be limited by YouTube’s terms of service and copyright laws, so you should check the video’s copyright and usage rights before creating the GIF.