Saturday, May 2, 2015
GIF that Video
The GIF above I created from YouTube using GifYt. The web app is very simple to use, simply add gif in front of youtube in any YouTube video.
You simply move the video along to choose where you want your GIF to begin and then select a duration from 5 to 15 seconds. The longer the duration the larger the image will be. I chose 15 seconds and it did take a while to load in Google Slides.
I think this could be a viable solution for teachers wanting videos in a presentation but do not want ads displayed. While there is no sound in the GIF that could be an advantage in an instructional setting.