ScreenToGif 2.15 Multilingual + Portable

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ScreenToGif 2.15 Multilingual + Portable

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Screen To Gif is a highly intuitive application meant to aid users in generating their own animations. The program features multiple options for customization, such as adding text strings or sepia effects.

A whole world of customization

The application records the current display screen, saves each screenshot as a frame and allows users to edit these pictures before generating the output file.

One of the very nice features of this tool is that the built-in “Editor” is very powerful and allows for a lot of user-customization.

Short text descriptions or captions can be inserted. A really great function is that users have complete control over the display timers. One could, for example, create an animation that displays a certain message for just a few frames.

Importing or exporting frames is also supported, which means that common images (BMP, JPG, GIF and PNG) can be inserted into the newly created animation.

All the basic image modification tools are available

The program is highly flexible and allows users to adjust their screen recordings by adding frame-by-frame crop, rotate and flip effects.

Users that find these options too limiting should also know that Screen To Gif can add sepia, pixelate, blur, negative, color and grayscale filters. And, if all else fails, a “Free drawing” option exists to fully emancipate users' imagination!

An interesting option is the “Speed modifier”. This allows users to speed up or slow down their animations. This is a perfect method of blurring out irrelevant parts of the animation!

An overall great program for generating highly customized animations

Screen To Gif is packed with functionality which casual and advanced users will find very nice. There are plenty of features to add particular flavors to output files and the clean interface is really well-suited for the job at hand.

Whats New

What's new:
The algorithm that analyzes each frame, looking for pixels changes, is now a bit faster.
You can now add basic shapes. This feature is still experimental and there's more shapes to be implemented.
You can now export your project as a PSD file.
Updated the French and Russian translations.

Bug fixes:
When opening the app via the "Open with" context menu, Gifski and FFmpeg were not being found (if they had a relative path).
Also, it was fixed some other issues related to selecting the FFmpeg/Gifski files when the previous path was relative.
The app could crash when editing key strokes of a project.
It was impossible to undo the "Remove duplicates" action when using the option "Don't adjust".
Also, because of that bug, when applying the "Remove duplicates" action with other option than "Don't adjust" and later applying with that option, the app would crash too.
Board recorder: When trying to discard a recording, the app could crash.
With the new recorder UI, when changing from selecting a Region/Window to selecting a Screen, the Accept/Retry/Cancel UI was appearing when it should not.
Small adjustments with the new recorder UI for high DPI screens.


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