How to Convert GIF to Excel?

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This article covers how to convert GIF to Excel. You can select an animated GIF of your choice and then convert it to XLSX format file. The output file will have all the frames of the animated GIF in a single XLSX file. Each frame is saved in a separate sheet in the Excel file.

For this purpose, I have covered a free command line tool called “gif2xlsx“. You need to execute just a single and simple command using Windows Command Prompt and it will generate the output. As soon as the output is created, it is automatically opened in Microsoft Excel. That also means you must have installed MS Excel to get the output.

In the screenshot visible below, you can see that Excel file is opened which contains the frames of animated GIF converted by me using this software.

gif converted to excel

How to Convert GIF to Excel using This Free Command Line?

Step 1: Get the setup file of gif2xlsx tool using the link given at the end of this tutorial.

Step 2: Now save an animated GIF in the same location or folder where you downloaded or stored the EXE file of this tool.

Step 3: Open Windows Command Prompt (also known as CMD) using the Search box or Run box (Windows key + R). Just type cmd in Search or Run box to open it.

Step 4: Drag n drop the EXE of this tool in the Command Prompt window and then press space. The command is not completed yet. Now, drag n drop the animated GIF that you want to convert to Excel. So, your full command would be: gif2xlsx.exe gif.gif

execute the command

Execute the command.

It will automatically process all the frames of the input GIF file and then produce the Excel file. When the Excel file is created, it is opened automatically. You will see that different sheets are created for each frame of the animated GIF. You can finally save the output Excel in any folder.

The Conclusion:

This is a unique tool which has a good purpose. Every single frame of animated GIF can be stored separately in a single Excel file. Try this tool and convert GIF to Excel.

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