Merge two GIFs online

Many users have their own collections of multiple GIFs that convey the same feel. However, if you have such a collection and want to show some parts to a friend, sometimes it may be a hassle to search for specific GIFs. In such a case, why not combine two or more GIFs into one file?

So, if you want to add a GIF to another GIF in some GIF combiner, our tool is what you need! You can use it to turn GIFs into videos by joining them with whatever sound you want. And if you plan to post the result on a specific social media platform, this tool can also resize your file to fit its dimensions.

It’s also straightforward and intuitive; just take a look at the steps below!

  1. Upload GIFs

    Open Clideo’s Video Maker.

    Click "Choose files" to add animated files from your device. You can also pick them from your Google Drive or Dropbox account – hover over the arrow on the right side and choose the option you need.

    Upload GIFs to combine into one video
  2. Merge GIFs

    If you forgot to upload some files, you can still add another GIF in the editor – to do so, click "Add more files" and pick the media in the same way as in the previous step.

    Slightly below, there’s a "Crop options" section. If you want the image to fit the chosen aspect ratio, pick the "Zoom & Crop" option. Alternatively, if you want the picture to stay the same, choose the "Fit with border" option. To change the aspect ratio, apply one of the presets below. There are presets for Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube available.

    Combine GIFs into one video

    Tick "Crossfade" if you want to make the transition between GIFs smoother.

    To upload an audio file, click "Add audio".

    Add audio in video from GIFs

    Once the track is uploaded, you can trim it if you want to use a specific part and set the volume level.

    Adjust audio in video from GIFs

    The output format can be changed in the "Format" section under the player, where you can pick one of the many popular video formats.

    When everything is in place, click "Export".

  3. Download the result

    Play the preview to see if the video looks like you wanted. Click "Edit" if you want to add more files or change something. If everything looks ok, click "Download" to save the video to your device or upload it to your cloud storage.

    Save video from combined GIFs