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Red Recordbutton by the clock in the menu bar.
Creates a GIF based on your current clip and GIF settings.
The current clip can be set by using the "Set Start" and "Set End" buttons at the bottom of the window.
The GIF settings can be altered by opening the GIF settings pane.
GIF creation time and file size are dependent heavily on frame count, video dimensions, and color settings.
Opens the Frames pane.
In the Frames pane, you can view all the frames that'll be used to create the GIF.
Additionally, you can choose frames to save to your "Saved Frames". You can then create GIFs from your "Saved Frames". This allows you to completely control the frames used by GIF Brewery.
This even allows you to create a GIF from multiple clips from your video.
Previews the frames as loop.
This does not preview the final GIF output, since no GIF compression is applied.
Resizes the video.
It will attempt to keep the proper aspect-ratio. However, you can resize the height and width individually, if you wish.
Crops the video to a particular rectangle.
The dimensions of the cropping rectangle can either be entered manually or by dragging the cropping handles to desired size.
You can move the cropping rectangle by clicking anywhere inside the rectangle and dragging it to a new location.
Add new caption to video. You can edit the text, font, and other properties of the new caption before adding.
If you wish to save your caption as the default settings for new captions, press the push-pin button.
Shows the Overlays pane on the right side of the window.
You can edit overlays properties (such as opacity or blending mode), re-arrange overlays, and remove overlays.
Double-clicking a caption overlay lets you edit the caption.
Overlays (captions & images) are unaffected by filters and video transformations.
Shows the GIF Settings pane on the right side of the window.
Your GIF settings are quite important! Below is an explanation of each setting.