Gif speed changer

World's simplest gif tool

This online utility lets you change the speed of a GIF animation. You can speed it up or slow it down. The output GIF animation will have the same delay between all frames. You can also play both input and output GIFs at the same time and compare their speeds. Created by GIF experts from team Browserling.
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Input GIF Information
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GIF Player
Preview input and output GIFs frame by frame.
New GIF Speed
New delay for GIF frames. (Set in milliseconds.)
Gif speed changer tool What is a gif speed changer?
This is a browser-based program that increases or decreases the frame rate of GIFs. The frame rate and the playback speed of a GIF is determined by the delay time between its frames. When a frame is drawn, a small delay period is inserted after the frame that determines how long one frame is shown on the screen. The duration is measured in milliseconds. For example, 1000ms equals 1 second, 500ms equals half a second, and 100ms equals one-tenth of a second. The frame rate can be calculated by counting how many delays fit in 1 second of animation. For example, if the delay is 100ms, then the frame rate is 10fps (because 10×100ms = 1 second), or if the delay is 40ms, then the frame rate is 25fps (because 25×40ms = 1 second). If the delay is small, the GIF plays faster (frames are drawn very quickly), and if the delay is big, the GIF plays slower. Typically GIFs have a frame rate of 10fps because they are simplified versions of a video. The program changes the animation speed of all frames to be the same and sets it to a constant value that you can enter in the options. Sometimes GIFs have variable animation speed (delay changes from frame to frame) and with this program, you can fix and normalize GIFs speed so that all frames play at the same speed. When you load a GIF in the input, its information is displayed in the options area and you can see the total number of frames, the current frame number, and the delay value of the current frame (in milliseconds). By using this information, you can set the new GIF speed and instantly see a preview of the GIF at this speed. With the player option, you can turn the previews on or off, sync the input and output GIFs, and compare their speeds. Note that some browsers limit the minimum delay to 15ms. In this case, the browser will play the GIF animation slower than expected. To download the new GIF, click Save as, followed by Download. Gifabulous!
Gif speed changer examples Click to use
Speed Up a GIF
In this example, we were sent a super slow GIF and we didn't have the patience to sit through it. It consists of 88 frames, each taking 120 milliseconds to play, and the entire GIF takes 10.56 seconds to view (88×120 = 10,560ms = 10.56s). To quickly see the entire GIF, we doubled its playback speed by decreasing the frame delay to 60 ms. Now it plays twice as fast and we can see the entire energetic happy dance in just 5.28 seconds. (GIF source: Giphy, created by: Toca Boca.)
In this example, we were sent a super slow GIF and we didn't have the patience to sit through it. It consists of 88 frames, each taking 120 milliseconds to play, and the entire GIF takes 10.56 seconds to view (88×120 = 10,560ms = 10.56s). To quickly see the entire GIF, we doubled its playback speed by decreasing the frame delay to 60 ms. Now it plays twice as fast and we can see the entire energetic happy dance in just 5.28 seconds. (GIF source: Giphy, created by: Toca Boca.)
In this example, we were sent a super slow GIF and we didn't have the patience to sit through it. It consists of 88 frames, each taking 120 milliseconds to play, and the entire GIF takes 10.56 seconds to view (88×120 = 10,560ms = 10.56s). To quickly see the entire GIF, we doubled its playback speed by decreasing the frame delay to 60 ms. Now it plays twice as fast and we can see the entire energetic happy dance in just 5.28 seconds. (GIF source: Giphy, created by: Toca Boca.)
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Preview input and output GIFs frame by frame.
New delay for GIF frames. (Set in milliseconds.)
Slow Down a GIF
In this example, we loaded a very fast GIF that zooms infinitely into the Koch star fractal. It's so fast that we can't even follow it. To make it watchable and understand the details of the fractal, we slowed it down to 50 milliseconds per frame (which equals 20 frames per second). The new GIF is now much slower and the entire GIF plays in 3 seconds. (GIF source: Giphy.)
In this example, we loaded a very fast GIF that zooms infinitely into the Koch star fractal. It's so fast that we can't even follow it. To make it watchable and understand the details of the fractal, we slowed it down to 50 milliseconds per frame (which equals 20 frames per second). The new GIF is now much slower and the entire GIF plays in 3 seconds. (GIF source: Giphy.)
In this example, we loaded a very fast GIF that zooms infinitely into the Koch star fractal. It's so fast that we can't even follow it. To make it watchable and understand the details of the fractal, we slowed it down to 50 milliseconds per frame (which equals 20 frames per second). The new GIF is now much slower and the entire GIF plays in 3 seconds. (GIF source: Giphy.)
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Preview input and output GIFs frame by frame.
New delay for GIF frames. (Set in milliseconds.)
Normalize GIF Speed
The input GIF in this example was constructed by a completely unskilled GIF master. The delays of GIF frames are chaotic and take from 10 milliseconds to 1 second. Completely unprofessional! To make the GIF comfortable to watch, we normalize its frame rate and set the delay timeout for all frames to 200 milliseconds. Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle! (GIF source: Tenor.)
The input GIF in this example was constructed by a completely unskilled GIF master. The delays of GIF frames are chaotic and take from 10 milliseconds to 1 second. Completely unprofessional! To make the GIF comfortable to watch, we normalize its frame rate and set the delay timeout for all frames to 200 milliseconds. Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle! (GIF source: Tenor.)
The input GIF in this example was constructed by a completely unskilled GIF master. The delays of GIF frames are chaotic and take from 10 milliseconds to 1 second. Completely unprofessional! To make the GIF comfortable to watch, we normalize its frame rate and set the delay timeout for all frames to 200 milliseconds. Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle! (GIF source: Tenor.)
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Preview input and output GIFs frame by frame.
New delay for GIF frames. (Set in milliseconds.)
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Quickly change the speed a GIF animation is played at.
Quickly reverse all frames in an animated GIF.
Quickly flip a GIF animation horizontally or vertically.
Quickly rotate a GIF animation by the given angle.
Quickly make any color in a GIF transparent.
Quickly fill transparent GIF regions with a solid color.
Quickly delete one or more frames from an animated GIF.
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GIF Creator
Create animated GIFs in your browser.
Analyze a GIF
Print GIF statistics (number of frames, colors, framerate, etc).
Compress a GIF
Minify a GIF and make it smaller in size.
Export GIF Frames
Export all or some frames from an animated GIF.
Rearrange GIF Frames
Change the order of frames in a GIF animation.
Add Frames to a GIF
Insert one or more frames in a GIF animation.
Randomize a GIF
Randomly reposition GIF frames.
Zoom a GIF
Increase the size of a GIF.
Unzoom a GIF
Decrease the size of a GIF.
Change GIF Loop Count
Change how many times a GIF gets looped.
Change GIF Framerate
Change the framerate of a GIF.
Change GIF Quality
Change the quality of a GIF.
Change GIF Brightness
Increase or decrease brightness of a GIF.
Change GIF Contrast
Increase or decrease contrast of a GIF.
Convert GIF to Base64
Base64-encode a GIF.
Convert Base64 to GIF
Base64-decode a GIF.
Convert GIF to Base58
Base58-encode a GIF.
Convert Base58 to GIF
Base58-decode a GIF.
Convert GIF to APNG
Convert an animated GIF to an animated PNG.
Convert APNG to GIF
Convert an animated PNG to an animated GIF.
Convert GIF to Webp
Convert an animated GIF to an animated Webp.
Convert Webp to GIF
Convert an animated Webp to an animated GIF.
Convert GIF to PNG
Export a single frame from a GIF to PNG.
Convert PNG to GIF
Convert a still PNG image to a static GIF.
Convert GIF to JPG
Export a single frame from a GIF to JPEG.
Convert JPG to GIF
Convert a still JPEG photo to a static GIF.
Convert GIF to BMP
Export a single frame from a GIF to BMP.
Convert BMP to GIF
Convert a still BMP file to a static GIF.
Convert GIF to BPG
Export a GIF animation to a BPG animation.
Convert BPG to GIF
Convert an animated BPG to an animated GIF.
Convert GIF to Data URL
Create a Data URI from a GIF animation.
Convert GIF to ASCII Art
Draw one or more GIF frames as ASCII art.
Convert ASCII Art to GIF
Create an animation from multiple ASCII art drawings.
Convert GIF to ANSI Art
Draw one or more GIF frames as ANSI art.
Convert ANSI Art to GIF
Create an animation from multiple ANSI art drawings.
Convert GIF to Unicode Art
Convert a GIF animation to Unicode glyphs.
Convert Unicode Art to GIF
Create a GIF from multiple Unicode glyphs.
Convert Data URL to GIF
Reconstruct a GIF from a Data URI.
Convert GIF to Grayscale
Remove all color from a GIF and leave only gray tones.
Make GIF Black and White
Convert all colors in a GIF to just two black and white.
Extract GIF Colors
Find the color palette used in a GIF.
Extract GIF Color Indexes
Find the color indexes used in a GIF.
Reduce GIF Colors
Remove colors from a GIF.
Re-quantize GIF Colors
Run various color quantization algorithms on a GIF.
Add Dithering to a GIF
Convert a non-dithered GIF to a dithered GIF.
Remove Dithering From a GIF
Merge dithered pixels and create a non-dithered GIF.
Optimize a GIF
Optimize GIF frames to use less memory.
Create a True Color GIF
Create a GIF with more than 256 colors.
Split a GIF
Split a GIF into two or more GIFs.
Join GIFs
Join two or more GIFs into a single GIF.
Shift a GIF
Shift GIF frames to the right or to the left.
Pixelate a GIF
Pixelate an area in a GIF.
Blur a GIF
Blur an area in a GIF.
Sharpen a GIF
Sharpen an area in a GIF.
Slice a GIF
Extract a part (a range of frames) from a GIF.
Duplicate a GIF
Create multiple GIF copies side-by-side.
Duplicate GIF Frames
Create multiple copies of individual GIF frames.
Crop a GIF
Cut a region from a GIF animation.
Resize a GIF
Resize a static or animated GIF.
Skew a GIF
Skew a GIF animation by an angle.
Add a Border to a GIF
Add a border around a GIF.
Add Text to a GIF
Write something on a GIF.
Add a GIF Frame Counter
Add a counter that shows the current frame number.
Add a Timer to GIF
Add a running time clock to a GIF animation.
Add White Noise to a GIF
Add white noise pixels to an existing GIF.
Generate White Noise GIF
Create a GIF that animates white noise.
Create a Quasistatic GIF
Make a GIF animation so slow that it appears almost static.
Glitch a GIF
Let Zalgo destroy a GIF animation.