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GIFExplainer 1.2

Discussion in '2D' started by brainsgonedead2000, Mar 11, 2020.

  1. brainsgonedead2000

    brainsgonedead2000 Well-Known Member

    May 22, 2019
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    Register any name and serial (click on unregistered which goes once registered). The serial is stored in an ini file inside My Docs folder.

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    Create guides and explainers in GIF format.
    Communicate with your audience over every channel with step-by-step guides in animated GIF format.

    Features overview

    GIFs are a fun way to communicate with your audience over messengers, social networks and websites. You can use animated GIFs to create explainers for your projects, to answer tech support inquiries or teach your students in a novel way.


    Explainers that are easy to create and share

    No need for an expensive animation tool that has a time-consuming authoring process and steep lurning curve. Create explainers for your projects quickly and easily.

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    Simplify tech support
    Step-by-step guides are probably the best way to provide answers to tech support inquiries. However they are not easy to share or send over email. GIFs solve this issue. Create tech support answers in GIF format and send/share everywehere!

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    The only proper way to deliver information to your students is to use a medium that they are accustomed to. GIFs allow you to access any information delivery medium available nowdays.

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    Generate PDF
    Do not need animation or GIFs are not acceptable? No problem! Create PDF with your slides. Or export all slides as images to a folder and create tech support album on Facebook or an Instagram post.

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    Facebook? Instagram???
    You can also export slide images to a folder and then upload to, say, Facebook album, dedicated to the matter that you want to explain to your audience.

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    Just the tools you need
    Capture screenshots, add callouts and rich text, choose slide animations - that's it.

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