How to make animated GIFs with Live Photos your Mac

The Mac Photos program has an innovative way of exporting live photos as animated GIFs, so if that's your thing … well, now you can do that. The power can be found in the "File" menu of Photos, under Export> Export GIF .

However, the way to make it work is not all that is obvious. What you have to do is change the effect that your Live Photo uses first, as I have already described. To do this, you will start by opening the live photo you want to cvert; you can say that an image is a live photo by double-clicking it to open it and then looking for the small ic at the top left of your Photos window.

  Live Photo Ic in Picture in Mac Photos Applicati Alternatively, e way to see all your live photos is to choose this opti from the menu View> Albums> Media Types .

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Then use the drop-down list at the bottom of the window to change the effect.Either "Loop" or "Bounce" will work for our purposes, if you …

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