- Converts animations from GIF to APNG format on Mac.
- Simple and intuitive, supports batch and lossless conversion.
- Creates APNG files smaller than the original GIFs.
- Removes white pixels around the edges in the original GIFs.
- Resizes images to the exact pixels or proportion you specified.
- Simply select one or more animated GIF images and click the “Convert” button, Romanysoft GifTools will do the rest for you.
Romanysoft GifTools is designed for Mac users to convert animated images from GIF to APNG format. It generates APNG files with better quality and smaller file sizes, and meanwhile removes white pixels around the edges in the original GIFs. In addition, it allows users to resize images to the exact pixels or proportion you specified before format conversion. For example, when you need to change a 512 x 512 animated Gif file to a 150 x 150 APNG file on a Mac computer, you can use Romanysoft GifTools to achieve that purpose.
Very easy to use and intuitive
The Romanysoft GifTools, also known as transformer of animated images, is capable of converting animated GIF to animated PNG with one click. Simply select one or more animated GIF images by pressing the “Browse” button and click the “Convert” button to start, Romanysoft GifTools will do the rest for you.
Creates APNG files smaller than the original GIFs
GIF = 97 864 bytes APNG = 77 472 bytes
In this example, APNG is 20% smaller than original GIF. It’s clear that bandwidth savings from switching to APNG could be quite significant, considering it’s a lossless conversion.
Resizes images to the exact pixels or proportion you specified
Romanysoft GifTools is created for your convenience and simplicity. Before start GIF to APNG conversion on Mac, you are allowed to resize images either keeping original aspect ratio or using exact pixels you specified.
- Processor: Intel, 64-bit processor
- Supported OS: macOS 10.9.5 or above (including macOS Sierra/macOS High Sierra)
GifTools v1.3.1 (Build:2018-01-16)
Added “Custom aspect ratio” feature into Resize
1: Some commonly used aspect ratios are provided for users to choose from;
2. Users can adjust the size of a GIF file through changing percentage (xx%);
3. Users can also use the AAxBB method to adjust the width and height of a GIF file.
GifTools v1.2.0 (Build:2017-12-13)
1.Updated to support Mac OS X 10.9.5 or older versions;
2.Modified software layout slightly;
3.Fixed issues that cannot acquire news on Welcome page;
4.Fixed issues that cannot perform conversion without modifying the original size;
5.Added feature selection on “Convert”;
6.Added “Return” menu on “Convert” and “Resize”.