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Gifox is a beautifully designed and masterfully crafted app that records your screen into animated GIF’s — the great compromise between static images and full-size videos. It’s your best companion for:
- Micro-screencasts and product demos
- Animated instructions and bug reporting
- Selective on-screen video capturing
Gifox introduces a completely new way of continuous screen capturing with window selection mode – you select a window and Gifox precisely records it even when it’s moved or covered up by other windows. Free selection mode is also there for you – fast-select any area on the screen and hit record, like you used with the standard grab app / Cmd+Shift+4 command.
- Pixel-sharp selection with accurate margins
- Only selected window without any overlaps
- With or without window shadow
- With or without desktop background
A set of capturing options accessible via preferences window let you explicitly control your recording and output.
- Record fps
- Playback fps
- Window shadow
- Desktop background
Advanced compression options provide complete control over output quality and file size.
- Palette generation
Open up Gifox in any selection mode using preconfigured global shortcuts.
- Cmd+Shift+5 initiates/stops free selection mode recording
- Cmd+Shift+6 initiates/stops window mode recording
- Custom shortcuts are coming in April release
Easily share your recordings with Dropbox and GoogleDrive with support for more great services coming in Q3 2016. We want to know what integrations would be most useful for you, let us know using the in-app feedback form or contacts on our website.
- New palette-generation algorithm giving better quality and smaller file size
- Compatibility with Bartender 3
- Improved typography and misbehaving layout in OS X 10.10 Yosemite
- Status item no longer shows assistant view when clicked / dragged with Command key down
- Compression configuration changed from selector toolset wouldn’t apply until next recording
- Crash while dragging recorded window between Retina and non-Retina screens
- Fixed licensing issues under OS X 10.10 Yosemite
OS X 10.11 or later, 64-bit processor