139 packages returned for Tags:"animated-gif"

Image Processor is an easy to use and extend processing library written in C#. Its fluent API makes common imaging tasks very simple to perform. Methods include; Resize, Rotate, Rounded Corners, Flip, Crop, Watermark, Filter, Saturation, Brightness, Contrast, Quality, Format, Vignette,... More information
A simple library to display animated GIF images in XAML applications. Supported platforms: WPF (4.0 and later) UWP (Windows 10), Windows 8.1, Windows Phone 8.1, Silverlight 5.
Adds support for processing animated GIFs, resizing/cropping/editing each frame automatically before re-composing them. Install and forget - no commands required. Docs: http://imageresizing.net/plugins/animatedgifs Support: http://imageresizing.net/support Requires license, see... More information
ImageProcessor.Web adds a configurable HttpModule to your website which allows on-the-fly processing of image files. The module also comes with a file and browser based cache that can handle millions of images, increasing your processing output and saving precious server memory. Methods... More information
Lightweight HttpModule, REST API, and managed API for *safe* and highly-optimized server-side image processing. Docs: http://imageresizing.net/ Support: http://imageresizing.net/support Works with .NET 4.5.1+, ASP.NET WebForms, MVC 1-4, WebAPI, Routing, IIS 7, 7.5, & 8, 8.1 and nearly all... More information
GifImageSource is a Windows Runtime Component for WinRT, Windows Phone 8 and Universal Windows projects, made for rendering GIF images in a resource efficient way using Direct2D
Replaces .NET's default GIF and 8-bit PNG encoding with high-quality Octree Quantization and multi-pass dithering support. Docs: http://imageresizing.net/plugins/prettygifs Support: http://imageresizing.net/support Requires license, see http://imageresizing.net/plugins ## 30+ plugins... More information
Use GrabzIt to take PDF, DOCX, rendered HTML or image screenshots of websites. The screenshots are highly customizable options include altering quality, delay, size, browser type, geographic location and much more. You can even convert HTML directly into images, DOCX documents, PDF's, or capture... More information