For people asking how it's better than insert random service/app. It's the only app that can produce animated GIFs that use thousands of colors per frame (normally limited to 256). See: https://blog.sindresorhus.com/gifski-972692460aa5
That's cool as a technical achievement, however in my experience, color depth and rendering quality isn't usually the priority with gifs. Rather, it's file size (top priority), smoothness, and frame rate.
Has anyone done a side-by-side comparison to GifRocket? I've got no reason to abandon GifRocket as it's always been pretty reliable and straight-forward to use, but am wondering if there's codec/performance benefits to using Gifski?
I just played around with this a little and it is awesome! I converted a 5 second 1400x514px MP4 and the resulting GIF looks identical to the video. The higher quality GIF will obviously come with a much higher file size but if you're creating anything with shadows (ahem—Behance people) the pngquant lossy compression is so much better than anything I've seen. Thanks, Sindre!
Shame this is Mac only.
Thanks! but seriously gif needs to die!
What about https://ezgif.com/? Does basically the same + more?