Choose Files:

Drop GIF files here

Settings:

Output Files:

To compress all output files in a ZIP file, click "" icon on the right, then click "Add to ZIP". To download one single file, simply right-click on file link and click "Save link as...".

File Name Original Size Output Size Size Compressed Actions

Steps:

  1. Settings

    Sets the GIF optimization level from 1 to 3 (highest compression). Level determines how much optimization is done; higher levels take longer, but may have better results. The settings are optional, you can close "Settings" section by clicking the "X" on the right.

  2. Add Files

    You can drag multiple GIF files to the "Add Files" section. Each file can be up to 40m.

  3. Compressing

    The batch compression automatically starts when files are uploaded. Please be patient while files are uploading or compressing.

  4. Output Files

    The output files will be listed in the "Conversion Results" section. To compress all output files in a ZIP file, click "" icon on the right, then click "Add to ZIP". You can right-click on file name and click "Save link as..." to save the file. The output files will be automatically deleted on our server in two hours, so please download it to your computer or save it to online storage services such as Google Drive or Dropbox as soon as possible.

About:

The Graphics Interchange Format, is a bitmap image format that was developed by a team at the online services provider CompuServe led by American computer scientist Steve Wilhite on June 15, 1987. It has since come into widespread usage on the World Wide Web due to its wide support and portability.

GIF became popular because it used LZW data compression, which was more efficient than the run-length encoding that formats such as those used by PCX and MacPaint, and fairly large images could therefore be downloaded in a reasonably short time, even with very slow modems.

GIFs are suitable for sharp-edged line art (such as logos) with a limited number of colors. This takes advantage of the format's lossless compression, which favors flat areas of uniform color with well defined edges.