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  • YouTube is making GIF creation easy
  • YouTube is making GIF creation easy
    Ricky Brigante (2014) ©
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YouTube is making GIF creation easy

Celebrity gaffs, models falling over and adorable animal friendships – these are things that GIFs are made of, and they’ve become a core online communication method. But they can be difficult to create yourself. YouTube is trialling a tool that intends to change that.

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