The naked truth: an average person spends at least 2 hours daily watching videos on YouTube and other social media.
Give them some quality content to enjoy! To join a “vloggers’ club” you don’t even have to shoot a professional video, an image sequence with a gripping soundtrack will come in handy.
Luckily, we have a tool for you. Our Video Maker is developed to compile clips out of GIFs, videos and photos in any combinations, so it fits your aim perfectly.
The Image Sequence to Video Converter works online and doesn’t require any additional programs, add-ons, plugins or apps. It is compatible with all the devices, be it Windows, Mac, Android or iOS.
Too good to be true? Not at all! Stay tuned and find out how to use our free tool.
How to create a video out of an image sequence
To select one or several files from your personal device, click the big blue button.
To use content stored online, call the drop-down menu and choose one of the two options:
Import a picture from your Google Drive cloud storage account.
Import a picture from your Dropbox cloud storage account.
Turn an image sequence into a video
Add more images if needed by dragging them to the timeline below the player. Alternatively, click “Add more files” on the right side and use the ways from the first step.
Fit the frame with borders or crop it. If you are going to share your clip on social media, choose the corresponding aspect ratio preset: Instagram, Story, YouTube or Facebook.
Set the image duration. This setting will be applied to pictures only, GIFs and videos will stay as they are. Mind that all the images have the same duration.
Tick the box “Crossfade” to make your visual look more skillful.
When the shooting is fine and ready, add music. Click “Add audio” or hit the up-facing arrow to select one of two other options.
Click the scissors icon to set the soundtrack duration manually or with the help of slidebars. Adjust the soundtrack volume. If the original video has its own music, you can either mute it, or set the volume.
Choose an output format. Talking about social media, we’d recommend sticking to MP4 or MOV.
Click “Create” and get ready to check the result.
Download the clip
Play your freshly created video to get sure that it’s exactly what you wanted. Click “Back to edit” if the clip is imperfect. Otherwise, save it to your cloud storage account or personal device.