|H||Toggle this help screen|
|While a video is open...|
|←||Go back 5 seconds|
|→||Go forward 5 seconds|
|,||Go back one frame|
|.||Go forward one frame|
|1-9||Skip to 10-90%|
|S||Set clip start|
|Shift + S||Go to clip start|
|E||Set clip end|
|Shift + E||Go to clip end|
|While a GIF is being processed...|
|Shift + G||Cancel GIF creation|
Setting this to a lower framerate than the input framerate will make the GIF play slower than the input video. Setting it to something higher will speed it up. The technical maximum framerate for GIFs is 100 FPS, however web browsers and Discord only support up to 50 FPS.
Reducing the number of colors can reduce the GIFs' file size and also produce some interesting effects when reduced enough. GIFs can technically support way more than 256 colors, but Discord limits them to 256 when displayed anyway.
Lower values will make the dither pattern more noticable, but will better deal with color banding.
The clip will play backwards.
Creates a copy of the clip, reverses it, then adds it to the end of the GIF.
Median Cut is the default. It will usually make the best palette for the clip.
Mean Cut is experimental. It might result in better palettes in some cases, but is probably worse overall.
Grayscale is always locked to 32 colors. These are all of the bitcrushed grayscale colors GIFs can use in Discord.