The Animojis have caused a sensation all over the world after the official launch of the iPhone X. Although it was known its use is being higher than expected and that is why dozens of apps are allowing to create Animojis more time and other platforms although, realistically, it will only work like silk with the original iPhone X and iOS 11.
The problem in relation to this content is that the format in which we export it to iOS is video and it is cumbersome to send it in a normal Telegram or WhatsApp conversation, for example. So we’re going to teach you how to convert the Animoji in GIF format, to keep the video (there is no audio in the GIFs) and that your submission is more fluid.
Workflow is a tool that allows us to create workflows that in turn will allow us to do a lot of actions from creating PDFs of a Safari page, to send a message automatically with the last screenshot of our device through such complex actions how to add all the photos of the gallery in a document.
If we look closely, Workflow also allows us to convert a video into GIF, which is exactly what we want with our Animoji. In addition, it is important to see that Workflow has been updated a few days ago becoming compatible with the new design of the iPhone X, so there will be no problem of compatibility with the new device of the big apple.
Here are the steps to turn your little Animoji into a GIF. Recall that the GIF format shows the multimedia content of a video except the audio repetitively:
It is necessary that you have Workflow installed on your iPhone X, so then I leave you the direct access to the App Store. It is a totally free application.
- Next, download this workflow created specifically to convert the content we want
- Once the workflow in Workflow is open, you will have to choose where you are going to get the Animoji: from the clipboard or from our photo library, therefore it is important that once created, know where we have it stored
- The workflow will be executed and will allow us to download it on our reel or send it directly to an application.
In this way we can have a collection of our favorite Animojis in GIF format to send our friends at any time. In the future we hope that Apple allows automatic conversion, since the fury that has caused between the community is spectacular.