Basics
How to open a GIF/WebP/MP4 or video file and make a new GIF/WebP or video file
How to create GIF/WebP/MP4 from images
How to cut frames in GIF/WebP/MP4
How to change the color of GIF/WebP/MP4
How to save each frame as an image file(PNG/JPG)
How to apply effects/add texts on the selected frames
Recording
How to record a window
How to record mouse click effects
Make file size smaller
How to make GIF/WebP file size smaller
How to remove duplicate frames in animated GIF/WebP/MP4
Conversion
How to convert GIF/WebP to video(MP4/WebM)
How to create LINE stickers (Converting GIF to APNG)
How to create APNG from PNG images
How to make a video(WebM) with a transparent background
Texts, Chat balloon, Stickers, Images
How to insert texts on animated GIF/WebP/MP4
How to add animation effects on texts/stickers/images
How to censor an animated GIF(add a mosaic effect)
How to insert alpha channel images on animated GIF/WebP/MP4
Loop, Repeat, Speed, Resize
How to make reverse animated GIF/WebP/MP4
How to stop GIF/WebP from looping
How to change the speed of GIF/WebP/MP4
How to make seamless looping GIF/WebP/MP4
How to resize/rotate/mirror GIF/WebP/MP4
Collage, Border, Photo frame
How to Make a Video/GIF Collage
How to add border to GIF/WebP/MP4
How to make GIF/WebP/MP4 with round corners
How to make round GIF/WebP/MP4
How to put animated GIF in your own photo frames
How to add a border around GIF/WebP/MP4
Special features of Honeycam
How to make a summarized GIF/WebP from a short video(MP4/Youtube)
How to prevent color loss when saving as GIF
How to add zoom animation effecs on animated GIFs/videos
Etc
How to upload WebP images on websites incompatible with WebP





How to cut frames in GIF/WebP/MP4

You can cut frames you want so easily using Honeycam.

1. Open(simply drag and drop) a GIF/WebP/video file. Or Click edit button to select. And then click Cut frames button.


2. Just select the beginning and the end to cut. Then jsut click Cut button!


3. Just save it and done!

200 frames original GIF has been shortened into 40 frames in just a few clicks!