Resize Animated GIF

Few people have the patience to wait for a slow GIF to load. And even fewer people will tolerate poor-quality visuals.

But avoiding this problem is easy.

Each social media platform has unique aspect ratio requirements. And if you can get these aspect ratios right, the quality of videos your audience receives on their mobiles and PCs will be high and consistent.

Reducing the GIF file size can also increase loading time, giving your audience an easy time accessing your content.

This is where Keevi comes in.

Our GIF resizer provides preset social media aspect ratios. You get to change the size of a GIF to fit the specific dimensions required for each social media platform.

You can also crop or trim your GIF to suit any purpose and reduce its file size. And it only takes a few easy steps.

Use an animation GIF resizer now!

How To Resize A GIF in 3 Easy Steps

Keevi is free and browser-based. You can resize GIF in a few quick steps without buying or installing anything.

If you don’t have a GIF, create one quickly and optimize its size for social media and other uses.  

Make a quick social media post by sharing the resized GIF directly from Keevi to your audience.


Step 1 of How to Change GIF Size – Upload Your GIF

Click on the GIF resizer. An upload panel will appear. Click “Browse” and select your GIF or drag and drop.   

If you don’t have a GIF, create one from a video.

Upload a video from your PC or choose from the thousands of royalty-free stock videos Keevi has to offer.   

The track of the video will appear on the timeline.

Trim the video. 

Click the track on the timeline and select the handles on the edges. Drag inwards until you only have the part you want.  

Click “Export”. Keevi will render the video with the changes you’ve made.

A panel will appear on your screen to choose the file type you would like to have your file in. Choose “GIF” and download it on your PC.   

Upload the saved GIF to Keevi.

Step 2 of How to Resize Animated GIF – Adjust GIF Size

Use our online GIF resizer to adjust the height and width of your GIF using 3 options.   

a) Use Our Online GIF Scaler to Change the Aspect Ratio of Your GI

At the top of Keevi’s studio, select “Settings”.

Choose “Aspect Ratio” from the left panel. You will get a list of aspect ratios to apply to your GIF.

Our animation GIF resizer provides you with preset aspect ratios for social media channels. You can find a preset aspect ratio for Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and a lot more. Choose one.

Keevi’s flexible GIFresizer also provides a “Custom” option. 

The “Custom” option provides a list of standard aspect ratios. Find one that fits your needs.   

b) Resize a GIF By Cropping

You can resize large GIF easily by using the crop function.

Click on the GIF’s track on the timeline.

On the panel on your left, tap the “Crop” option.

A cropping handle will appear on the frame of your GIF. Click and drag it to resize GIF image.    

Once you're happy with the new size, choose “Fit on Screen” or “Fill the Screen” to make the frame of your GIF fit appropriately on the screen.  

c)Make a GIF Smaller By Cutting It

Our online GIF downsizer makes it possible to shrink GIF size by trimming or splitting.

You can trim GIF using 2 methods:

  • Click the GIF’s track. There will be white handles that look like pause icons on the edges of the GIF’s track. Click on the handle and drag inwards to resize GIF.
  • Select the GIF’s track. At the top of the panel on the left, adjust the GIF start time and end times to accommodate only the part you want.

To resize GIF by splitting, spot the blue pointer on the timeline. If the pointer is not there, play the GIF to make it show up.  Then:

  • Drag and drop the blue pointer to the point you want to cut your video.
  • Select the “Split” button. It will cut the GIF into two.
  • Click on the part you want to remove and tap the delete icon.

Once you are happy with your resized GIF, make adjustments using our powerful tools:

  • Add text - At the top of your screen, click “Text”—type on the text box on the left panel. You can change the font and color of your text or add animation effects.
  • Add emojis – Select “Stickers” from the top of your screen.  On the left panel, click emojis and add as many as you need.

Step 3 of Resizing GIFs – Export

Click “Export”. Keevi will render the GIF with the new size settings in under a minute.

The GIF resizer will have your work ready for download and in GIF file format.

Download it on your computer or share it directly on social media.


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How To Resize GIFS?

You can make GIFs smaller using Keevi, a free online tool. It takes 3 steps:

  1. Upload your GIF.
  2. Select “Settings” and select a new aspect ratio for the GIF. You can also click the GIFs track and select “Crop” to shrink GIF. Or cut it by clicking the track on the timeline and dragging the handles on the edges inwards.
  3. Click “Export”. Download the resized GIF on your PC or share it on social media.

How To Make A GIF Smaller?

You can make a GIF smaller using Keevi’s free online animation GIF resizer. With Keevi, you can resize GIF using 3 methods:

  • Changing its aspect ratio,
  • Cropping it,
  • Cutting it.

Is there a Free Online GIF Scaler?

Yes. Our online GIF resizer is completely free to start. You can use it to scale GIF by changing its aspect ratio in a few easy steps. Keevi also makes your life easier by providing preset aspect ratios for social media.  

How Do I Get a 1920x1080 GIF?

Use Keevi’s free online GIF resizer to change GIF size to 1920x1080. It takes 3 quick steps:

  1. Upload your GIF.
  2. Resize GIF by cropping it. Click the GIF’s track on the timeline and tap the “Crop” button. Use the cropping handle on the GIF to resize it to 1920x1080. Select “Fit on Screen” or “Fill the Screen”.
  3. Click “Export”. You can download your resized GIF or share it directly on social media.

Why You Need to Resize GIF Online

Data shows that 84 percent of communications are visual. This is probably because 90% of information sent to the brain is visual. And if a message has no visuals, people will only remember 20% of it.

Most people associate visuals with images and videos, forgetting the power of engagement that GIFs carry. Tweets with a GIF have shown to gain 55% more engagement compared to those without.  

Compared to videos, GIFs are easier for your audience to consume and cheaper to create. GIFs hook your audience by appealing to their emotions.

Almost all social media platforms support GIFs. But you need to ensure that your GIFs load fast and smoothly, especially on mobile devices. This means using Keevi’s GIF resizer to get the right aspect ratio for each social media channel.  

Why Use Keevi?

  • Keevi’s is a powerful and fast GIF resizer.
  • Keevi provides a variety of methods to change GIF size. If you are not happy with the result of one method, you can try a different one using the same tool.
  • Our online GIF resizer comes with a powerful editing studio. You can add text and emojis to make your GIF more engaging.
  • A beginner-friendly tool. You don’t need to be tech-savvy to resize a GIF.

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