Python library allows Python via .NET developers to convert GIF images easily. GIF image conversion engine analyses the original GIF content, then exports the combined graphical content to the required format.
GIF image conversion may be tricky, unless you have a professional tool to do the job. Use Python to convert GIF images with maximum flexibility and speed. Run online live demo and check the highest image quality right in a browser. GIF Conversion API supports a bunch of useful options.
Enhance GIF image format capabilities with Aspose.Words for Python via .NET. This is a simple way to combine GIF images with Python library that handles all low-level details.
Merge GIF images and save the result as a single file. If you develop code in Python, this will be simpler than it sounds. See Python example that iterates through GIF images and combines them:
import aspose.words as aw fileNames = [ "Input1.gif", "Input2.gif" ] doc = aw.Document() builder = aw.DocumentBuilder(doc) shapes = [builder.insert_image(fileName) for fileName in fileNames] # Calculate the maximum width and height and update page settings # to crop the document to fit the size of the pictures. pageSetup = builder.page_setup pageSetup.page_width = max(shape.width for shape in shapes) pageSetup.page_height = sum(shape.height for shape in shapes) pageSetup.top_margin = 0 pageSetup.left_margin = 0 pageSetup.bottom_margin = 0 pageSetup.right_margin = 0 doc.save("Output.gif")
This package is compatible with Python 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9. If you develop software for Linux, please have a look at additional requirements for gcc and libpython in Product Documentation.