Uploadcare Image Transformations features GIF to Video conversion that provides better loading times thus reducing your bounce rate. The feature is available on paid plans only.
GIF to Video workflow is the same as with other image
transformations. The only difference is the
gif2video URL directive should be
included after the
/ separator, not
gif2video converts GIF files to video on the fly. Video files are much smaller
than GIFs, without any quality loss. Their delivery to end users is much faster.
In case your source file is not an animated GIF or the conversion feature is
disabled for your project, you’ll get an HTTP 400 error.
Please note, even though you don’t use
:uuid with the
directive, the separator is used with specific operations designed for the GIF
to Video workflow:
quality. We use such approach for our parser
to tell the
quality operations related to GIF to Video from their
Converts an animated GIF to one of the following formats:
mp4— H.264 video format. The format is supported by all major browsers. When no format is specified,
mp4is used by default.
webm— WebM video format. Supported in Google Chrome, Firefox, and Opera.
When embedding videos, the best practice is to specify both formats and let clients choose a more suitable one,
<video width="384" height="216" autoplay loop muted webkit-playsinline playsinline> <source src="https://ucarecdn.com/af0136cc-c60a-49a3-a10f-f9319f0ce7e1/gif2video/-/format/webm/road.gif" type="video/webm"/> <source src="https://ucarecdn.com/af0136cc-c60a-49a3-a10f-f9319f0ce7e1/gif2video/-/format/mp4/road.gif" type="video/mp4"/> </video>
Original GIF: 6.5MB, MP4: 251KB, WebM: 202KB
Sets both quality and compression ratio for the output video.
There are five
:value levels: from better compression to better quality:
quality is not explicitly specified,
normal is used by default.