The gifting service that Microsoft recently announced it will be offering on its new browser, Windows Internet Explorer has had a lot to live up to. Many of us have fond memories of playing the Nintendo Mario and Super Mario games. While these are still some of the most popular games of this era, the advent of such a gaming service marked a whole new era in the gaming industry. Now not only can people play Mario and Sonic games, they can do it using their Windows-based computers.
Although the gif file files that you will need for this function are the same, they are presented by Microsoft in a format that is not compatible with all other operating systems. However, you can convert the Windows-iso graphics to GIF and use them with any of the software available which allows for the extension of video and sound through the browser. In order to do this you must download the Windows setup wizard from Microsoft's web site and then follow the instructions. Once you have the setup wizard you need, it is a simple matter of copying the video and audio to your Windows Movie Maker project, and then putting all the files into the movie file folder.
Once you have copied the files, all that remains is to put the Windows Movie Maker files into the movie folder of your choice and allow the software to create the animated GIF file that you desire. After saving the file, you can view the animated GIF file by clicking on the "animate" button and then simply saving the file again. This should give you the animated GIF file that you were looking for. If you try and open the animated GIF file using Windows Movie Maker, it should give you the message that the file cannot be opened. Fortunately, the 7GIF software available on this page provides added support for the Windows Movie Maker file format, making it easy to convert the 7GIF to the various video formats which can be used for the purposes of gifting.