Last Updated on February 22, 2021 by admin
Gifox Pro is a beautifully designed and masterfully crafted app that records your screen into animated gifs – the great alternative 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
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
Sharing support and integrations with your favorite services is coming in April & May releases with planned support for iCloud, Dropbox and a few more. 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.
What’s new in Gifox
- Add import media main menu item.
- Export with very high frame rate would occasionally fail.
- Gifox would sometimes freeze after creating new output directory.
- Crash when deleting output directory during recording.
- Updated editor frame rate gets applied only for consecutive exports.
- Latest key interaction wouldn’t disappear over time as expected.
- First frame would sometimes capture the selection UI.
- Numeric settings with comma separator wouldn’t allow typing-in decimal part.