I have googled (actually DuckDuck, quacked?) to convert animated gif to mpg mpgII mpeg, I get lots of mpg (+) to gif. Even with (boolien?) switches, just mpg to jif. Is there a simple way? None of them are very large.
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Cranky Old Man
This kind of conversion is not much recommendable, anyway.
The GIF format only supports a limited number of discrete colors, whereas most efficient video codecs prefer natural photo content. Sharp edges or dither patters will reduce the achievable quality quite obviously.
It would probably be much more convenient to convert the original material which was reduced to the animated GIF, instead of the GIF, if you still have it or can discover its origin.
Media player supports
Video File Support: MKV, MP4, AVI, MOV, ISO, and VOB files encoded with H.264/AVC, VC1, and MPEG1/2/4, up to 1920×1080, 30fps, 40mbps. DOES NOT SUPPORT HEVC/H.265, 10-bit MKV, and 4K videos
I can zoom in with player.
Humorous gif's. I can view them on computer, however, on TV, player cant play animated gifs.
Whichever one with least amount of degradation.
I have no idea where the original vids came from I d/l'ed them as gifs.Cranky Old Man