A simple command line utility for creating GIFs from directories of images.
pip install gifmake
Installing gifsicle is highly recommended, as output GIFs tend to be very large without compression. If on Mac using homebrew, run
brew install gifsicle.
gifmake will discover numbered images in a directory and write them into a GIF. You can set the speed of the GIF using the
gifmake /sample # create a GIF called sample.gif from all image files in /sample gifmake /sample --name output.gif --fps 30 # write to output.gif and stitch images at 30fps gifmake /sample -n output.gif --duration 3 # set duration of GIF to 3 seconds