GIFs aren't just a trend; they're a staple in digital communication. Embraced by everyone from individual creators to global brands, their ability to convey messages quickly and effectively makes them indispensable in our visually-driven world.

Whether you're adding flair to a party invite or creating a GIF for your next viral marketing campaign, we’re here to make the process fun and smooth. Our editor is designed to help you craft GIFs that are not only engaging but also finely tuned for impact on any digital platform.

What Makes a Good GIF?

Creating a GIF that resonates with audiences involves more than just looping a video. A compelling GIF combines perfect timing, striking visuals, and a clear, concise message. Here’s how you can master these elements:

Timing is Key: The loop of a GIF should feel seamless. If it's too fast, viewers will miss your message; if it's too slow, they'll scroll past. It's not just about speed—it's about crafting the right rhythm to make your content hypnotic and hard to ignore.

Visual Impact: Let your creative flair shine here. A great GIF grabs attention with vivid imagery and unexpected movements. Choose high contrast and vibrant colors to ensure your GIF pops against varied backgrounds on different devices.

Message Clarity: Above all, a GIF communicates. Whether it's showcasing a product, explaining a concept, or just making someone laugh, your GIF should convey its message at a glance.

Practical Applications of GIFs

GIFs can be more than just eye candy; they can be powerful tools for communication and engagement:

Social Media: Use GIFs to make your posts more engaging and shareable, perfect for grabbing attention in crowded newsfeeds.

Email Marketing: Incorporate GIFs into newsletters to highlight offers, new products, or important calls to action, increasing click-through rates.

Web Design: Enhance user experience on your site with interactive GIFs that guide, entertain, and inform visitors, potentially reducing bounce rates.

Education: Use GIFs to illustrate complex processes like the water cycle, making scientific concepts easier to understand.

Tools to Make GIFs

There are a number of sites that let you create GIFs online, the most well-known of which is ezgif. It lets you upload your file and tweak various settings to optimize, crop, add effects, and more. The drawbacks are that it's difficult to navigate between your adjustments without losing progress, and sometimes optimization results in lossy compressions.

Another popular tool is Make A Gif, which is primarily a streamlined conversion tool. It lets you create GIFs from images and video URLs for various platforms.

Check out more of the pros and cons of popular free GIF makers.

Creating GIFs with Fable

Ready to rock the world of GIFs? With Fable, you can create animations from scratch, import assets, make basic and advanced edits, and export to various web-compatible formats. Here we’ll outline the steps for creation, walk through our platform’s tools, and share tips and tricks along the way.

Getting Started

To start creating GIFs for free, sign up for a Fable account. Once you’re set up, take a moment to familiarize yourself with the dashboard. Then, jump over to Fable Learn to get up to speed quickly and start navigating like a pro.

Creating a GIF: The Basic Steps

Step 1: Upload Any Source Material

To create a GIF from a video, an existing animation/GIF, or a series of images, look for high-quality sources with clear visuals and minimal noise. Then, drag and drop your files directly into the Fable editor or use the upload function in the Asset Browser.

Fable supports a variety of file formats, including PNG, JPG, WEBP, PSD, MP4, MOV, and SVG, making it easy to get started. Learn more about importing in Fable.

Here are some free sites we recommend for sourcing images/video:

  • Pixabay: Provides a vast collection of photos, illustrations, vector graphics, and film footage.

  • Pexels: Delivers high quality and completely free stock photos licensed under the Pexels license.

  • Unsplash: Offers high-resolution photos free of charge and copyright restrictions.

  • Flickr: While not all photos on Flickr are free, the platform provides a vast array of images under Creative Commons licenses.

Step 2: Animate Your GIF

Start animating from scratch in Fable or use your uploaded source materials as a foundation. Try using Prism to elevate a simple animation framework or duplicate a project from the Fable Gallery to make it your own. Enhance your GIF by adding visual effects to boost its attention-grabbing potential.

Step 3: Add Text and Other Elements

Text is great for adding context, humor, or simply for branding purposes. Add other elements like stickers, icons, or shapes for that extra flair.

Step 4: Exporting

Before finalizing your GIF, preview it within Fable to ensure it looks perfect. Adjust the frame size and more advanced settings to strike a balance between visual clarity and file size.

Step 5: Save and Share Your GIF

Once you’re satisfied with your creation, export it in the desired format. Share your GIF where it fits best, be it on Instagram stories, Twitter feeds, or within a professional presentation.

Now that you know how to create and use GIFs effectively, let’s jump into the possibilities in Fable!

Converting GIFs

Sometimes, your asset(s) are good to go; you just need to stitch a few pieces together or change the file format. From basic video-to-GIF conversions to image sequencing, we’ve got you covered:

  • Video to GIF: Upload your clips and edit them into perfect loops.

  • Animation to GIF: Build from scratch, animate assets, or refine existing animations with full control over each frame.

  • Image Sequence to GIF: Set your image durations and stitch assets together to create a looping slideshow, or overlap multiple layers of images, adjusting transparency and blending modes to create intricate visual effects.

  • GIF to Lottie: Export GIFS as JSON files for quick performance across web platforms.

Editing and Refining GIFs

GIFs can be SO finicky. You’ve finally got it looping correctly only to realize the border is off. Also, it’s just long enough that the file size exceeds what’s allowed on your newsletter host platform, and your brain thought it was still 2023 so the text needs updating. We get it, so we’ve made the most fundamental actions not just easy but largely animatable.

  • Cropping: Highlight crucial elements and remove unnecessary distractions. Your artboard determines your project frame, so simply adjust its dimensions to crop. You can also create a mask to crop and focus on parts of your project.

  • Trimming: Shorten your GIF to keep the action tight and engaging. You can adjust the project duration (up to 5 seconds on our Free plan) under Timeline in the Inspector or by clicking the timestamps atop the Timeline. Your Work Area determines the portion of your project exported; drag above the playhead to shorten or extend the workspace area. Or, just trim the content itself in the Timeline.

  • Looping: Set your GIF to loop seamlessly without jarring jumps. Adjust your project work area to play with different project loops.

  • Resize: Use the Scale transform controls on your artboard and in the Inspector to resize your project. Easily configure your GIF for different platforms using preset aspect ratios.

  • Rotate: Use the rotate transform controls on your artboard and in the Inspector to play with orientation.

  • Add Transitions & Effects: Access the Transitions & Effects Browser to enhance your GIF with a wide range of options. Experiment and adjust settings like intensity and color to match your creative vision.

  • Add Text: Create your own text using the Text tool or use pre-animated components to kick things off. You can choose a font from the Google Font library or upload your own custom font. Animate and adjust size, spacing, color, and more to match the style and tone of your GIF. Learn more about text in Fable.

Tweak, transform, and perfect those GIFS until every frame is just right!

Extra Features

Take your GIFs to the next level with advanced features designed for professional performance:

  • Export Single Frames: Perfect for when you need high-quality images for presentations or thumbnails. Simply move the playhead to your desired frame, select “current frame” in the export modal, and export as a PNG.

  • Convert to Efficient Formats: Use WebP or Lottie for better performance across web platforms, ideal for maintaining high quality with lower file sizes.

  • Optimize & Reexport: Quickly create versioned assets suited to different platforms. Adjust project settings and view file size in the export queue to ensure that your project is optimized for its destination before downloading.

Optimizing Your GIFs: Best Practices

Efficient GIFs are more likely to perform better online. Here are some tips to keep your GIFs lean without sacrificing quality:

  • Reduce Colors: Limit the color palette to decrease file size significantly without a noticeable drop in quality.

  • Adjust Frame Rates: Experiment with lower frame rates to reduce file size or increase them slightly for smoother animations in simple GIFs.

  • Loop: Choose to let your GIF play just once to reduce file size if it suits your use case.

All of these adjustments can be made under “Advanced Options” in the export modal.

Troubleshooting Common GIF Issues

Encountered a problem? Here’s how to fix some common issues:

  • GIF Too Slow or Skipping?: Reduce the resolution or frame rate to streamline playback.

  • Color Issues?: Adjust the GIF’s color palette to better match the original hues.

  • Loop Problems?: Edit the start and end frames to ensure your GIF loops smoothly without jarring interruptions.

Design Like a Pro: The basics and more in Fable!

It’s time to start experimenting. Watch as your GIFs transform from simple loops to compelling pieces of visual art. Use Fable to bring your digital stories to life and when you share your creations with the world, tag us #MadeWithFable.

If you have any questions or need more tips, email us at support@fable.app or join our community. And let us know what topics you’d like to see covered next!

More from Fable:

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GIFs aren't just a trend; they're a staple in digital communication. Embraced by everyone from individual creators to global brands, their ability to convey messages quickly and effectively makes them indispensable in our visually-driven world.

Whether you're adding flair to a party invite or creating a GIF for your next viral marketing campaign, we’re here to make the process fun and smooth. Our editor is designed to help you craft GIFs that are not only engaging but also finely tuned for impact on any digital platform.

What Makes a Good GIF?

Creating a GIF that resonates with audiences involves more than just looping a video. A compelling GIF combines perfect timing, striking visuals, and a clear, concise message. Here’s how you can master these elements:

Timing is Key: The loop of a GIF should feel seamless. If it's too fast, viewers will miss your message; if it's too slow, they'll scroll past. It's not just about speed—it's about crafting the right rhythm to make your content hypnotic and hard to ignore.

Visual Impact: Let your creative flair shine here. A great GIF grabs attention with vivid imagery and unexpected movements. Choose high contrast and vibrant colors to ensure your GIF pops against varied backgrounds on different devices.

Message Clarity: Above all, a GIF communicates. Whether it's showcasing a product, explaining a concept, or just making someone laugh, your GIF should convey its message at a glance.

Practical Applications of GIFs

GIFs can be more than just eye candy; they can be powerful tools for communication and engagement:

Social Media: Use GIFs to make your posts more engaging and shareable, perfect for grabbing attention in crowded newsfeeds.

Email Marketing: Incorporate GIFs into newsletters to highlight offers, new products, or important calls to action, increasing click-through rates.

Web Design: Enhance user experience on your site with interactive GIFs that guide, entertain, and inform visitors, potentially reducing bounce rates.

Education: Use GIFs to illustrate complex processes like the water cycle, making scientific concepts easier to understand.

Tools to Make GIFs

There are a number of sites that let you create GIFs online, the most well-known of which is ezgif. It lets you upload your file and tweak various settings to optimize, crop, add effects, and more. The drawbacks are that it's difficult to navigate between your adjustments without losing progress, and sometimes optimization results in lossy compressions.

Another popular tool is Make A Gif, which is primarily a streamlined conversion tool. It lets you create GIFs from images and video URLs for various platforms.

Check out more of the pros and cons of popular free GIF makers.

Creating GIFs with Fable

Ready to rock the world of GIFs? With Fable, you can create animations from scratch, import assets, make basic and advanced edits, and export to various web-compatible formats. Here we’ll outline the steps for creation, walk through our platform’s tools, and share tips and tricks along the way.

Getting Started

To start creating GIFs for free, sign up for a Fable account. Once you’re set up, take a moment to familiarize yourself with the dashboard. Then, jump over to Fable Learn to get up to speed quickly and start navigating like a pro.

Creating a GIF: The Basic Steps

Step 1: Upload Any Source Material

To create a GIF from a video, an existing animation/GIF, or a series of images, look for high-quality sources with clear visuals and minimal noise. Then, drag and drop your files directly into the Fable editor or use the upload function in the Asset Browser.

Fable supports a variety of file formats, including PNG, JPG, WEBP, PSD, MP4, MOV, and SVG, making it easy to get started. Learn more about importing in Fable.

Here are some free sites we recommend for sourcing images/video:

  • Pixabay: Provides a vast collection of photos, illustrations, vector graphics, and film footage.

  • Pexels: Delivers high quality and completely free stock photos licensed under the Pexels license.

  • Unsplash: Offers high-resolution photos free of charge and copyright restrictions.

  • Flickr: While not all photos on Flickr are free, the platform provides a vast array of images under Creative Commons licenses.

Step 2: Animate Your GIF

Start animating from scratch in Fable or use your uploaded source materials as a foundation. Try using Prism to elevate a simple animation framework or duplicate a project from the Fable Gallery to make it your own. Enhance your GIF by adding visual effects to boost its attention-grabbing potential.

Step 3: Add Text and Other Elements

Text is great for adding context, humor, or simply for branding purposes. Add other elements like stickers, icons, or shapes for that extra flair.

Step 4: Exporting

Before finalizing your GIF, preview it within Fable to ensure it looks perfect. Adjust the frame size and more advanced settings to strike a balance between visual clarity and file size.

Step 5: Save and Share Your GIF

Once you’re satisfied with your creation, export it in the desired format. Share your GIF where it fits best, be it on Instagram stories, Twitter feeds, or within a professional presentation.

Now that you know how to create and use GIFs effectively, let’s jump into the possibilities in Fable!

Converting GIFs

Sometimes, your asset(s) are good to go; you just need to stitch a few pieces together or change the file format. From basic video-to-GIF conversions to image sequencing, we’ve got you covered:

  • Video to GIF: Upload your clips and edit them into perfect loops.

  • Animation to GIF: Build from scratch, animate assets, or refine existing animations with full control over each frame.

  • Image Sequence to GIF: Set your image durations and stitch assets together to create a looping slideshow, or overlap multiple layers of images, adjusting transparency and blending modes to create intricate visual effects.

  • GIF to Lottie: Export GIFS as JSON files for quick performance across web platforms.

Editing and Refining GIFs

GIFs can be SO finicky. You’ve finally got it looping correctly only to realize the border is off. Also, it’s just long enough that the file size exceeds what’s allowed on your newsletter host platform, and your brain thought it was still 2023 so the text needs updating. We get it, so we’ve made the most fundamental actions not just easy but largely animatable.

  • Cropping: Highlight crucial elements and remove unnecessary distractions. Your artboard determines your project frame, so simply adjust its dimensions to crop. You can also create a mask to crop and focus on parts of your project.

  • Trimming: Shorten your GIF to keep the action tight and engaging. You can adjust the project duration (up to 5 seconds on our Free plan) under Timeline in the Inspector or by clicking the timestamps atop the Timeline. Your Work Area determines the portion of your project exported; drag above the playhead to shorten or extend the workspace area. Or, just trim the content itself in the Timeline.

  • Looping: Set your GIF to loop seamlessly without jarring jumps. Adjust your project work area to play with different project loops.

  • Resize: Use the Scale transform controls on your artboard and in the Inspector to resize your project. Easily configure your GIF for different platforms using preset aspect ratios.

  • Rotate: Use the rotate transform controls on your artboard and in the Inspector to play with orientation.

  • Add Transitions & Effects: Access the Transitions & Effects Browser to enhance your GIF with a wide range of options. Experiment and adjust settings like intensity and color to match your creative vision.

  • Add Text: Create your own text using the Text tool or use pre-animated components to kick things off. You can choose a font from the Google Font library or upload your own custom font. Animate and adjust size, spacing, color, and more to match the style and tone of your GIF. Learn more about text in Fable.

Tweak, transform, and perfect those GIFS until every frame is just right!

Extra Features

Take your GIFs to the next level with advanced features designed for professional performance:

  • Export Single Frames: Perfect for when you need high-quality images for presentations or thumbnails. Simply move the playhead to your desired frame, select “current frame” in the export modal, and export as a PNG.

  • Convert to Efficient Formats: Use WebP or Lottie for better performance across web platforms, ideal for maintaining high quality with lower file sizes.

  • Optimize & Reexport: Quickly create versioned assets suited to different platforms. Adjust project settings and view file size in the export queue to ensure that your project is optimized for its destination before downloading.

Optimizing Your GIFs: Best Practices

Efficient GIFs are more likely to perform better online. Here are some tips to keep your GIFs lean without sacrificing quality:

  • Reduce Colors: Limit the color palette to decrease file size significantly without a noticeable drop in quality.

  • Adjust Frame Rates: Experiment with lower frame rates to reduce file size or increase them slightly for smoother animations in simple GIFs.

  • Loop: Choose to let your GIF play just once to reduce file size if it suits your use case.

All of these adjustments can be made under “Advanced Options” in the export modal.

Troubleshooting Common GIF Issues

Encountered a problem? Here’s how to fix some common issues:

  • GIF Too Slow or Skipping?: Reduce the resolution or frame rate to streamline playback.

  • Color Issues?: Adjust the GIF’s color palette to better match the original hues.

  • Loop Problems?: Edit the start and end frames to ensure your GIF loops smoothly without jarring interruptions.

Design Like a Pro: The basics and more in Fable!

It’s time to start experimenting. Watch as your GIFs transform from simple loops to compelling pieces of visual art. Use Fable to bring your digital stories to life and when you share your creations with the world, tag us #MadeWithFable.

If you have any questions or need more tips, email us at support@fable.app or join our community. And let us know what topics you’d like to see covered next!

More from Fable:

Continue Reading

GIFs aren't just a trend; they're a staple in digital communication. Embraced by everyone from individual creators to global brands, their ability to convey messages quickly and effectively makes them indispensable in our visually-driven world.

Whether you're adding flair to a party invite or creating a GIF for your next viral marketing campaign, we’re here to make the process fun and smooth. Our editor is designed to help you craft GIFs that are not only engaging but also finely tuned for impact on any digital platform.

What Makes a Good GIF?

Creating a GIF that resonates with audiences involves more than just looping a video. A compelling GIF combines perfect timing, striking visuals, and a clear, concise message. Here’s how you can master these elements:

Timing is Key: The loop of a GIF should feel seamless. If it's too fast, viewers will miss your message; if it's too slow, they'll scroll past. It's not just about speed—it's about crafting the right rhythm to make your content hypnotic and hard to ignore.

Visual Impact: Let your creative flair shine here. A great GIF grabs attention with vivid imagery and unexpected movements. Choose high contrast and vibrant colors to ensure your GIF pops against varied backgrounds on different devices.

Message Clarity: Above all, a GIF communicates. Whether it's showcasing a product, explaining a concept, or just making someone laugh, your GIF should convey its message at a glance.

Practical Applications of GIFs

GIFs can be more than just eye candy; they can be powerful tools for communication and engagement:

Social Media: Use GIFs to make your posts more engaging and shareable, perfect for grabbing attention in crowded newsfeeds.

Email Marketing: Incorporate GIFs into newsletters to highlight offers, new products, or important calls to action, increasing click-through rates.

Web Design: Enhance user experience on your site with interactive GIFs that guide, entertain, and inform visitors, potentially reducing bounce rates.

Education: Use GIFs to illustrate complex processes like the water cycle, making scientific concepts easier to understand.

Tools to Make GIFs

There are a number of sites that let you create GIFs online, the most well-known of which is ezgif. It lets you upload your file and tweak various settings to optimize, crop, add effects, and more. The drawbacks are that it's difficult to navigate between your adjustments without losing progress, and sometimes optimization results in lossy compressions.

Another popular tool is Make A Gif, which is primarily a streamlined conversion tool. It lets you create GIFs from images and video URLs for various platforms.

Check out more of the pros and cons of popular free GIF makers.

Creating GIFs with Fable

Ready to rock the world of GIFs? With Fable, you can create animations from scratch, import assets, make basic and advanced edits, and export to various web-compatible formats. Here we’ll outline the steps for creation, walk through our platform’s tools, and share tips and tricks along the way.

Getting Started

To start creating GIFs for free, sign up for a Fable account. Once you’re set up, take a moment to familiarize yourself with the dashboard. Then, jump over to Fable Learn to get up to speed quickly and start navigating like a pro.

Creating a GIF: The Basic Steps

Step 1: Upload Any Source Material

To create a GIF from a video, an existing animation/GIF, or a series of images, look for high-quality sources with clear visuals and minimal noise. Then, drag and drop your files directly into the Fable editor or use the upload function in the Asset Browser.

Fable supports a variety of file formats, including PNG, JPG, WEBP, PSD, MP4, MOV, and SVG, making it easy to get started. Learn more about importing in Fable.

Here are some free sites we recommend for sourcing images/video:

  • Pixabay: Provides a vast collection of photos, illustrations, vector graphics, and film footage.

  • Pexels: Delivers high quality and completely free stock photos licensed under the Pexels license.

  • Unsplash: Offers high-resolution photos free of charge and copyright restrictions.

  • Flickr: While not all photos on Flickr are free, the platform provides a vast array of images under Creative Commons licenses.

Step 2: Animate Your GIF

Start animating from scratch in Fable or use your uploaded source materials as a foundation. Try using Prism to elevate a simple animation framework or duplicate a project from the Fable Gallery to make it your own. Enhance your GIF by adding visual effects to boost its attention-grabbing potential.

Step 3: Add Text and Other Elements

Text is great for adding context, humor, or simply for branding purposes. Add other elements like stickers, icons, or shapes for that extra flair.

Step 4: Exporting

Before finalizing your GIF, preview it within Fable to ensure it looks perfect. Adjust the frame size and more advanced settings to strike a balance between visual clarity and file size.

Step 5: Save and Share Your GIF

Once you’re satisfied with your creation, export it in the desired format. Share your GIF where it fits best, be it on Instagram stories, Twitter feeds, or within a professional presentation.

Now that you know how to create and use GIFs effectively, let’s jump into the possibilities in Fable!

Converting GIFs

Sometimes, your asset(s) are good to go; you just need to stitch a few pieces together or change the file format. From basic video-to-GIF conversions to image sequencing, we’ve got you covered:

  • Video to GIF: Upload your clips and edit them into perfect loops.

  • Animation to GIF: Build from scratch, animate assets, or refine existing animations with full control over each frame.

  • Image Sequence to GIF: Set your image durations and stitch assets together to create a looping slideshow, or overlap multiple layers of images, adjusting transparency and blending modes to create intricate visual effects.

  • GIF to Lottie: Export GIFS as JSON files for quick performance across web platforms.

Editing and Refining GIFs

GIFs can be SO finicky. You’ve finally got it looping correctly only to realize the border is off. Also, it’s just long enough that the file size exceeds what’s allowed on your newsletter host platform, and your brain thought it was still 2023 so the text needs updating. We get it, so we’ve made the most fundamental actions not just easy but largely animatable.

  • Cropping: Highlight crucial elements and remove unnecessary distractions. Your artboard determines your project frame, so simply adjust its dimensions to crop. You can also create a mask to crop and focus on parts of your project.

  • Trimming: Shorten your GIF to keep the action tight and engaging. You can adjust the project duration (up to 5 seconds on our Free plan) under Timeline in the Inspector or by clicking the timestamps atop the Timeline. Your Work Area determines the portion of your project exported; drag above the playhead to shorten or extend the workspace area. Or, just trim the content itself in the Timeline.

  • Looping: Set your GIF to loop seamlessly without jarring jumps. Adjust your project work area to play with different project loops.

  • Resize: Use the Scale transform controls on your artboard and in the Inspector to resize your project. Easily configure your GIF for different platforms using preset aspect ratios.

  • Rotate: Use the rotate transform controls on your artboard and in the Inspector to play with orientation.

  • Add Transitions & Effects: Access the Transitions & Effects Browser to enhance your GIF with a wide range of options. Experiment and adjust settings like intensity and color to match your creative vision.

  • Add Text: Create your own text using the Text tool or use pre-animated components to kick things off. You can choose a font from the Google Font library or upload your own custom font. Animate and adjust size, spacing, color, and more to match the style and tone of your GIF. Learn more about text in Fable.

Tweak, transform, and perfect those GIFS until every frame is just right!

Extra Features

Take your GIFs to the next level with advanced features designed for professional performance:

  • Export Single Frames: Perfect for when you need high-quality images for presentations or thumbnails. Simply move the playhead to your desired frame, select “current frame” in the export modal, and export as a PNG.

  • Convert to Efficient Formats: Use WebP or Lottie for better performance across web platforms, ideal for maintaining high quality with lower file sizes.

  • Optimize & Reexport: Quickly create versioned assets suited to different platforms. Adjust project settings and view file size in the export queue to ensure that your project is optimized for its destination before downloading.

Optimizing Your GIFs: Best Practices

Efficient GIFs are more likely to perform better online. Here are some tips to keep your GIFs lean without sacrificing quality:

  • Reduce Colors: Limit the color palette to decrease file size significantly without a noticeable drop in quality.

  • Adjust Frame Rates: Experiment with lower frame rates to reduce file size or increase them slightly for smoother animations in simple GIFs.

  • Loop: Choose to let your GIF play just once to reduce file size if it suits your use case.

All of these adjustments can be made under “Advanced Options” in the export modal.

Troubleshooting Common GIF Issues

Encountered a problem? Here’s how to fix some common issues:

  • GIF Too Slow or Skipping?: Reduce the resolution or frame rate to streamline playback.

  • Color Issues?: Adjust the GIF’s color palette to better match the original hues.

  • Loop Problems?: Edit the start and end frames to ensure your GIF loops smoothly without jarring interruptions.

Design Like a Pro: The basics and more in Fable!

It’s time to start experimenting. Watch as your GIFs transform from simple loops to compelling pieces of visual art. Use Fable to bring your digital stories to life and when you share your creations with the world, tag us #MadeWithFable.

If you have any questions or need more tips, email us at support@fable.app or join our community. And let us know what topics you’d like to see covered next!

More from Fable:

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