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Use GIPHY Capture!

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  • John Erwin Magno Community moderator
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    this is nice Bryan Sanders, will explore using this. :) 

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  • John Erwin Magno Community moderator
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    is there a blog or video that i can watch how to do it.

    this is great for social media page to promote Teacher and Students Creation, and how they can encourage people to download or use their world:)

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  • Bryan Sanders Community moderator
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    I use the desktop app on my Mac -- launch the app, stretch the window to the right size, click record, then just trim the start and stop of the clip -- you can upload direct from the app (which sometimes fails) or just save to the hard drive and then upload directly to your giphy profile on the website.

    :-)

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  • Bryan Sanders Community moderator
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    I’m still posting to GIPHY! Are you?

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  • Dominic Hill

    Gyazo is a great tool I use to capture short clips or gifs. There is a fee if you want clips longer than 7 seconds I think. I went Pro because I use it almost daily, costs about $45 a year, so depending on how much capturing you do, it might be worth a look

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  • Bryan Sanders Community moderator
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    GIPHY is free and you can record 30 seconds and then trim for 15 second uploads.

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  • nevine asfour

    I used CTRL+window +G to record a video in windows 10 amazing and very easy/

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  • Nadine Ebri Community moderator
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    Thank you Bryan Sanders for sharing. This is so much easier than what I was doing. 

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