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    Even with all the video streaming options available to us today, there's nothing that can match the weird, mesmerizing quality of a good animated GIF. That's why no matter where you go on the Internet, you're sure to find clips of movies, TV shows, and other videos distilled down into looping, lo-fi GIFs. If you've ever wondered how to make a video GIF of your very own, you're not alone.

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