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Gif white noise adder

World's simplest gif tool

This online utility applies the white noise effect to an animated GIF file. You can add monochromatic random noise or colorful random noise to all frames of a GIF. You can switch between several noise types, control the noise strength, and several other noise properties. You can also see a preview of the noise right in your browser and download the noisy file. Created by GIF experts from team Browserling.
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Noise Type
Use grayscale pixels for the noise.
Use GIF's existing color palette.
Use random colors for the noise.
Use random color deviations.
Use solid colors for the noise.
Enter a list of solid colors here.
Noise Strength
White noise level (in percent).
Make the input GIF monochrome before hitting it with noise.
Reduce the noise strength by making pixels translucent.
Min alpha %.
Max alpha %.
Add noise to the transparent areas of the GIF.
Noise Preview
Play animations of the original and the noisy GIF in the viewport.
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Gif white noise adder tool What is a gif white noise adder?
This is a browser-based program that adds white noise (also known as static noise or digital noise) on top of a GIF animation. White noise is defined as a random signal in form of pixel changes. The changes can either be a random increase or decrease of pixel brightness or a random pixel color substitution that is applied to randomly selected pixels in a frame. White noise deliberately alters pixels so that they become different from what they were in the starting frame. Static noise is especially noticeable in vintage films – they have grainy pixels everywhere. We created an algorithm that simulates noise and creates GIFs that look like old photographic film and old film stock. There are several modes of digital noise that you can apply to a GIF. The "Monochrome Noise" mode adds noise to the frames using grayscale colors. It selects random color shades from white to black and changes random pixels in the GIF to this grayscale color shade. The "Existing Color Noise" extracts the color palette from a GIF, then shuffles the palette, then picks random colors from the palette, and then randomly scatters them across the frame. The "Random Color Noise" mode draws noise from randomly generated colors, which includes all possible RGB colors. The "Similar Tone Noise" takes the current pixel, creates a small color deviation, and overwrites the pixel with the deviated color. The "Solid Color Noise" mode asks you to enter a list of specific colors and then the algorithm randomly uses them to create noise on the frame. The noise level is measured in percentage. For example, if the noise level is 10%, then every pixel has a 10% probability to be substituted with a different color. The noise level can also be viewed as an error level. The higher the noise level, the more errors are introduced in the GIF. To simulate an old film effect, you can convert the animation to grayscale in the options. You can also make noisy pixels translucent by adjusting the transparency level of the noise. There are two fields for this – the minimum and the maximum alpha channel values. For example, if you enter a range of 20% to 40%, then the noisy pixels will have alpha-transparency of 0.2 to 0.4, which will make them semi-transparent and almost invisible. If your input GIF already has transparent regions, you can choose whether to hit them with noise or not. You can also immediately compare the original GIF and the GIF with white noise in the two adjacent viewports. The first viewport is for the original GIF and the second is for the GIF with noise. You can stop the viewports at the first frame of the GIF and explore GIF properties in the options. You can download the final GIF below the output viewport. Gifabulous!
Gif white noise adder examples Click to use
Add White Noise to a GIF
In this example, we add a similar tone noise to a GIF animation of a white ukulele. We set the noise level to 80%, which means that every pixel in the frame has an 80% chance of changing its color. The mode of similar colors changes a pixel's shade only slightly (for example, an RGB color (20, 40, 60) might change to (25, 38, 55)), therefore, even with the maximum noise strength (100%), the animation will still look good. (Source: Pexels.)
In this example, we add a similar tone noise to a GIF animation of a white ukulele. We set the noise level to 80%, which means that every pixel in the frame has an 80% chance of changing its color. The mode of similar colors changes a pixel's shade only slightly (for example, an RGB color (20, 40, 60) might change to (25, 38, 55)), therefore, even with the maximum noise strength (100%), the animation will still look good. (Source: Pexels.)
In this example, we add a similar tone noise to a GIF animation of a white ukulele. We set the noise level to 80%, which means that every pixel in the frame has an 80% chance of changing its color. The mode of similar colors changes a pixel's shade only slightly (for example, an RGB color (20, 40, 60) might change to (25, 38, 55)), therefore, even with the maximum noise strength (100%), the animation will still look good. (Source: Pexels.)
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Use random color deviations.
White noise level (in percent).
Make the input GIF monochrome before hitting it with noise.
Reduce the noise strength by making pixels translucent.
Add noise to the transparent areas of the GIF.
Play animations of the original and the noisy GIF in the viewport.
Make an Animation Sparkle
In this example, by selecting the "Solid Color Noise" mode, we add sparkles to a GIF of golden balloons. In the noise color field, we enter "yellow" and "orange", and in the noise strength field, we enter 2%. As a result, we get an animated GIF with 2% of all pixels randomly changed to yellow or orange. (Source: Pexels.)
In this example, by selecting the "Solid Color Noise" mode, we add sparkles to a GIF of golden balloons. In the noise color field, we enter "yellow" and "orange", and in the noise strength field, we enter 2%. As a result, we get an animated GIF with 2% of all pixels randomly changed to yellow or orange. (Source: Pexels.)
In this example, by selecting the "Solid Color Noise" mode, we add sparkles to a GIF of golden balloons. In the noise color field, we enter "yellow" and "orange", and in the noise strength field, we enter 2%. As a result, we get an animated GIF with 2% of all pixels randomly changed to yellow or orange. (Source: Pexels.)
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Use solid colors for the noise.
Enter a list of solid colors here.
White noise level (in percent).
Make the input GIF monochrome before hitting it with noise.
Reduce the noise strength by making pixels translucent.
Add noise to the transparent areas of the GIF.
Play animations of the original and the noisy GIF in the viewport.
Create Random Color Errors
This example adds random color errors to an animation of a cat resting on a carpet. The "Random Color Noise" mode picks random colors from the entire color spectrum and replaces random pixels in all thirty frames of the GIF animation. In each frame, 8% of the pixels become multicolored and it gives the GIF a flicker effect. (Source: Pexels.)
This example adds random color errors to an animation of a cat resting on a carpet. The "Random Color Noise" mode picks random colors from the entire color spectrum and replaces random pixels in all thirty frames of the GIF animation. In each frame, 8% of the pixels become multicolored and it gives the GIF a flicker effect. (Source: Pexels.)
This example adds random color errors to an animation of a cat resting on a carpet. The "Random Color Noise" mode picks random colors from the entire color spectrum and replaces random pixels in all thirty frames of the GIF animation. In each frame, 8% of the pixels become multicolored and it gives the GIF a flicker effect. (Source: Pexels.)
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Use random colors for the noise.
White noise level (in percent).
Make the input GIF monochrome before hitting it with noise.
Reduce the noise strength by making pixels translucent.
Add noise to the transparent areas of the GIF.
Play animations of the original and the noisy GIF in the viewport.
Create Grayscale Noise
In this example, we create an old video effect by applying monochrome noise to an animation of chicks in a nest. The monochrome noise adds random pixels of all shades of gray to the GIF frames. The noise level is 10%, which means roughly 1 out of 10 pixels gets updated in every frame. The pixels that are not affected by noise are simply converted to grayscale. (Source: Pexels.)
In this example, we create an old video effect by applying monochrome noise to an animation of chicks in a nest. The monochrome noise adds random pixels of all shades of gray to the GIF frames. The noise level is 10%, which means roughly 1 out of 10 pixels gets updated in every frame. The pixels that are not affected by noise are simply converted to grayscale. (Source: Pexels.)
In this example, we create an old video effect by applying monochrome noise to an animation of chicks in a nest. The monochrome noise adds random pixels of all shades of gray to the GIF frames. The noise level is 10%, which means roughly 1 out of 10 pixels gets updated in every frame. The pixels that are not affected by noise are simply converted to grayscale. (Source: Pexels.)
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Use grayscale pixels for the noise.
White noise level (in percent).
Make the input GIF monochrome before hitting it with noise.
Reduce the noise strength by making pixels translucent.
Add noise to the transparent areas of the GIF.
Play animations of the original and the noisy GIF in the viewport.
Semi-transparent Noise
In this example, we cover the angelfish animation frames with semi-transparent noise created from the existing pixels of each frame. To prevent the noise from completely overwhelming the fish frames, the pixels are made semi-transparent with a transparency level from 20% to 60%. (Source: Pexels.)
In this example, we cover the angelfish animation frames with semi-transparent noise created from the existing pixels of each frame. To prevent the noise from completely overwhelming the fish frames, the pixels are made semi-transparent with a transparency level from 20% to 60%. (Source: Pexels.)
In this example, we cover the angelfish animation frames with semi-transparent noise created from the existing pixels of each frame. To prevent the noise from completely overwhelming the fish frames, the pixels are made semi-transparent with a transparency level from 20% to 60%. (Source: Pexels.)
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Use GIF's existing color palette.
White noise level (in percent).
Make the input GIF monochrome before hitting it with noise.
Reduce the noise strength by making pixels translucent.
Min alpha %.
Max alpha %.
Add noise to the transparent areas of the GIF.
Play animations of the original and the noisy GIF in the viewport.
Green Noise Creature
In this example, we're adding 100% noise to Motaro, one of Mortal Kombat 3's bosses. He is a Centaur, meaning that he has the body of a stallion and the torso of a man. We define the colors of the noise in the options using the solid color noise mode. We replace only the opaque area of the animation with various green noise pixels. As a result, we get a GIF with the Centaur figure completely covered in green noise. (Source: Midway Games.)
In this example, we're adding 100% noise to Motaro, one of Mortal Kombat 3's bosses. He is a Centaur, meaning that he has the body of a stallion and the torso of a man. We define the colors of the noise in the options using the solid color noise mode. We replace only the opaque area of the animation with various green noise pixels. As a result, we get a GIF with the Centaur figure completely covered in green noise. (Source: Midway Games.)
In this example, we're adding 100% noise to Motaro, one of Mortal Kombat 3's bosses. He is a Centaur, meaning that he has the body of a stallion and the torso of a man. We define the colors of the noise in the options using the solid color noise mode. We replace only the opaque area of the animation with various green noise pixels. As a result, we get a GIF with the Centaur figure completely covered in green noise. (Source: Midway Games.)
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Use solid colors for the noise.
Enter a list of solid colors here.
White noise level (in percent).
Make the input GIF monochrome before hitting it with noise.
Reduce the noise strength by making pixels translucent.
Add noise to the transparent areas of the GIF.
Play animations of the original and the noisy GIF in the viewport.
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