GIF is an acronym for Graphics Interchange Format. As GIF only supports 256 colors, it is best for images that are flat, with limited colors and crisp detail. GIF files can also contain animation, creating files known as animated GIFs. Animated images in the graphics interchange format (GIF) are commonly found on websites, emails and in instant messaging. Unlike static GIFs, animated GIFs move and catch the viewer's eyes. Film clips can be turned into animated GIFs that play as if you're watching a short movie.
It may bother you sometimes that animated GIFs you share online will be used without your consent in a way that you never wanted to do. Although there's no good way to safely post images on the Internet, you still can add a watermark on your GIFs to claim the original author of these amazing GIFs.
Launch Watermark Software and open the animated GIF you would like to watermark by clicking “Add Files”.
Step 2 Add Text Watermark
Click “Next”, you will come to editing interface. You can add text, image and frame to animated GIF. Here we take text watermark as an example.
1. Input text in blank box at the upper right of interface.
2. Adjust value of “Opacity”, “Rotate” and “Alignment” (position of watermark over the photo). You can also drag text watermark in preview window to change its position. Specify “Single”/”Title.
3. Click “Apply” to apply what you made.
Step 3 Start Watermarking
Press “Next” button, you will come to export interface.
① Specify output format as GIF and choose output folder.
② Click “Run” to start processing watermark.
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Graphics Interchange Format is a bitmap image format that was introduced by CompuServe in 1987 and has since come into widespread usage on the World Wide Web due to its wide support and portability.