Once you’ve picked out your source material, you’ll be brought to a simple editor. Select the frames you’d like to convert into a GIF using the timeline located below the video. Then, add a caption, stickers, and a few effects, if desired. There’s even a one-clip “thug life” option, if you want to meme like it’s 2009. Once you’re done tweaking things, you’re ready to share your GIF with the world. You can use the provided URL, or download the GIF for re-uploading to another site. Giphy has long been the default search engine for GIFs, so if you’re creating a GIF, you probably want it on said site. Giphy’s own GIF Maker lets you simultaneously create and share your creations, and is really easy to use. Just pick your source material from YouTube, Vimeo, or Vine, and you can select any portion of the video to turn into a GIF.