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How to Convert a Live Photos to GIF Using an iPhone Phone – Five Days


One of the striking options offered by the iPhone when it comes to making the most of the camera that they include, are the so-called Live Photos. These creations can even be used as a live wallpaper, but their possibilities go much further. One example is that you can easily turn these into a GIF for use in messaging apps. We tell you how to get it. This cannot be achieved by default with the options that are included in the iOS operating system for iPhones. You have to resort to an application from Apple itself, and it’s called Shortcuts (in this link you can download it for free in the official store). With it you can generate direct actions by pressing the direct access you create and, among them, there is the possibility of doing exactly what we mentioned before with all the Live Photos that you have created in your terminal. The first thing is to create the shortcut on the iPhone To create the automatic function that allows you to carry out the conversion we are talking about, what you have to do is take the following steps: Open the Shortcuts application that you have downloaded and, in the bar search engine, type GIF. Among the results that appears is one called Create GIF. Click on it. Now do the same on the icon with three points in the upper right area and you must name the shortcut (for example, Create a GIF) and activate the slider called Show on shared page. Now click on Done, in the upper right area. You access a screen in which there are three options. Use the one with a wand next to the name and you will see a new window with options. These are the ones that allow you to access the place where the Live Photos are and, also, you will indicate the location in which you want the GIFs to be stored. Click on the links to make the right choice for you. Once this is done, you have finished and you already have the direct access created to use it on a regular basis. Pexels Now, simply use what you have created Once all of the above have been successfully completed, what you have to do is go to the gallery where you see all the photos you have on the iPhone. Now, find a Live Photos among the ones you have and select the Share option. In the menu that appears you must scroll until you find the Create a GIF option (which is the Shortcut you have generated). Once this is done, the process begins and in a matter of seconds you will have the result available on your phone.


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