So you came across a hilarious GIF on Twitter. That’s cool; it’s good for you, and it appears to be enjoyable.
You’d like to keep it for future reference. That’s cool, too, but it’s a little more complicated than you may imagine. The task isn’t tough, but it does require a few more steps than you would have anticipated. However, after you’ve mastered the method, you’ll be able to quickly add a humorous GIF from Twitter to your library.
We’ll show you how to save a GIF from Twitter to your PC and phone in this article.
Saving a Twitter GIF to your computer
To begin, we must first choose a GIF to preserve. It’s simple enough. I enjoy the sketch program I Think You Should Leave and the numerous memes it has inspired, so I thought I’d preserve this GIF from the show. After all, I enjoy both this show and eating.
Let’s move through the process of preserving a decent GIF on your computer now that we’ve found one. Please accept my apologies for the number of steps involved.
When you right-click the GIF, a button that says “Copy GIF Address” will appear. This is how it should seem.
Isn’t that straightforward?
3. Go to a website that allows you to download GIFs
This is when things become a little tricky. GIFs are really published as tiny video clips on Twitter, which are far more efficient than GIF files. To store Twitter GIFs on your device, you must first download them as videos. It’s a little backward, but that’s how it is.
It’s fine, though, because you can utilize TWDownload or twittervideodownloader.com to download videos.
4. Click download after pasting the address into the GIF
So, here’s how it works: After pasting the URL, click download. On Twitter Video Downloader, this looks like this.
5. Get the animated gif
Your GIF will appear on a different page after the introductory screen. Then hit the download button again, and an MP4 version of the Twitter GIF will appear on your screen.
Click the three dots in the video’s bottom-right corner, then, yes, hit download once again. This is how it should seem.
You now have an official GIF version in your download folder. But what if you want to convert that MP4 movie into a GIF that can be used on any platform? After all, you didn’t want to preserve a video, but a GIF. So, let’s see…
6. Go to the EZ GIFs website
Okay, I promise there isn’t much more work to be done. A tool in EZ GIF makes it simple to convert video files to GIFS. It can be found here.
7. Select your MP4 video and submit it
Choose your GIF’s MP4 file from your computer’s download location. Then select Upload Video from the drop-down menu.
8. Make a GIF out of the video
After you upload your video, it should appear on the page automatically. After that, scroll down and click the “Convert to GIF” button.
Note: If desired, you can cut the GIF and tweak it more.
9. Make a GIF
Phew, we’ve finally reached the end of the road when it comes to saving a Twitter GIF. All that’s left to do now is right-click the output image on the following page and save it under any name you like. After that, you’ve successfully saved your GIF.
10. Using your phone to save a Twitter GIF
As you might have surmised by this time, saving a GIF from Twitter to your phone isn’t easy.
Because GIFs are effectively videos without sound on Twitter, the process of archiving them is significantly more difficult than it would be for a still image.
Saving a Twitter GIF on Your Phone
A quick aside: If you don’t feel like downloading a new app, it might be faster to simply Google the GIF you’re looking for at this point. GIPHY and other image-focused websites feature a plethora of GIFs that are simple to save to your phone. If you saw it on Twitter, chances are it exists elsewhere and is only a Google search away.
OK, but if you just need to save a GIF from Twitter and you have an iPhone, GIFwrapped is probably the best option. Here’s how to put it to use.
1. Install the app
The GIFwrapped app for iOS may be found here. Unfortunately, there is no Android version of this app available right now.
Here’s how you do it, using the same tweet I mentioned previously.
GIFwrapped contains a search bar where you can paste links when you first open the program. Put your URL in the search box and then do a search. It’s that simple.
4. Put the GIF in your GIFwrapped library and save it.
The GIF should appear on the next page once you search for it in the app. All you have to do now is save it to your library within the program (through a button on the bottom-left of the screen) and you’re done. You may then copy and paste it wherever you want.
Currently, GIFwrapped is only available for iPhone users. Android users do have choices, but they’ll have to acquire third-party software once more because archiving Twitter GIFs isn’t simple.
A few Android apps, including the popular Tweet2GIF, have worsened over time, but the download app should still work. It’s available for download here. As the app’s Google Play page demonstrates, all you have to do is paste a link and tap the download button, much like GIFwrapped.
You should now have your GIF and be ready to go. However, you might save time and effort by simply searching Google and/or GIPHY.
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