Key takeaways from this video
0:02 - Some say GIF others say JIF. We’re open to either pronunciation.
0:10 - A quick overview of the steps to creating a GIF with Snagit before the video goes into more detail.
0:27 - Open a video in the editor or record a video of your screen.
0:48 - For screen recordings, use a smaller frame to help keep the focus on what’s happening.
1:03 - Processes involving 2-5 steps are ideal for GIFs.
1:18 - The playhead handles allow you to choose the footage for your GIF.
1:55 - Production presets help you produce an optimal GIF.
3:34 - Save your GIF to your computer or share it to the web!
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