This is a software tool that helps make GIF files via a command line interface.
MakeGIF helps you to create GIF files in a batch. These batches could be run from the command line interface offered by the tool. The utility will let you use pictures created by MS Paint, Adobe Photoshop and dozens of others programs to create these GIFs. These images need to be in one of BMP, JPEG (JPG), GIF, ICO, PSD, PNG, TGA, PCX, WMF, EMF formats. It is a visual command processor, in the sense that a visual interface is provided where you can specify the command lines. Actually, a set of command lines to process a batch of images can be set up. Pure command line tool is usually meant for experienced users. This mode makes it easy for any one to set up the commands and then run the batch. Ideally, it would have been nice to be able to run the commands automatically when the program would take care of parameters set up visually. This is a useful intermediate step anyway.
The interface is simple and you should be able to figure out the details fairly quickly. Many things you can do with the tool includes creation of “constructed images”, edits, deletes, and moves images in the batch list, offset, transparency, interlacing, method of removing, use of global or local palettes, logical screen size in pixels, etc. It saves specified global and frame attributes for animations as default. If you needed to protect your GIFs from misuse, hidden signature can be added. Batch details can be saved for later use again. This is a very good product, useful for a busy web site development organization.