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Hey there. This time, I just want to show you guys a neat application. I basically allows you to turn your gifs or animated gifs into your own animated cursors like Yoshi and Mario here. This is suggested by one of my subscribers named Poxy975. So it says here, Antituner 1.1, This is a gif to cursor software I found that is used to create your own cursors using any picture you should try it. And I did and I really liked it by the way. It’s a cool program specially if you make your own animated gifs. You can immediately convert them into your own animated cursors, like so.
I had downloaded AntiTuner which is a freeware by the way. This is my created Mario-Yoshi animated cursor. Fair warning,, as you can see my cursor is not moving but is animated. The reason behind that is my screen recorder does not record the animation of my cursor. You have to this for your self guys if you make your own animated cursors. I’ll just activate AntiTuner and let’s create some animated cursors.
This is AntiTuner and you have a bunch of options here. You can open an existing animation file, it can be a video avi, an animated gif, you can also create a new animated cursor. You start from scratch. It takes more time than converting a gif into a cursor. You can also browse for animated cursors. I’m just going to show you how to convert your animated gif. So we will choose the fist option and then I am going to choose a spider gif like so. As you can see, your background here is pink or fuchsia. You can change that into any color you want. You can have apple or no color at all. You can also set the transparency of the color by checking this box. If you are satisfied with you settings, just click OK. So this is my new animated cursor. You can resize it if you want to change the title of the cursor and you can test. And here is my new cursor. Here is a preview of my cursor and that’s basically how you do it. Just convert any gif or avi file into an animated cursor.
If you are satisfied with that, just go to Save Animated cursors, go the desktop for quick access and I am just going to name this as spider and then save. So this is spider and I’m going to try it out. You go to control panel, go to printers and other hardware and go to mouse and we go to pointers. We’re going to change this to spider. And here is our new cursor.
Again, thank you to Poxy975 for this very neat freeware. I advise you guys to check out my other videos. You might find something interesting there, more videos to come. Thanks for watching this video and as always, just have fun.