Bars loading GIF and APNG animation
Horizontal bar with blurred lines inside it with an infinite movement effect
Ball on a plane
Ball moving along a circle in 3D perspective
A ball bouncing back on a bent metal plate
A glass pipe with a buble of air inside moving back and forth
A ball moving along a line like a pendulum
Moving striped tape - no trespassing
Stripes in glass
Horizontal bar loader - stripes in glass
A car moving horizontally from left to right
Shadow, flying there and back in a rectangle.
A fountain with a moving wave from left to right.
Rocking and blinking swing.
Fading lines creating a sun or a clock.
Lines moving from left to right in a glass pipe.
A cardiogram Heart beat.
A wave moving there and back.
A thermometer with moving lines inside of pipe.
Fading arrows with background and moving wave.
A wave of growing and fading squares.
A wave of fading hearts on the background.
A shopping cart in motion.
Flickering Santa Clause.
Flickering symbol of Christmas.
A line of glass spheres with running patch of light.
Emergent and fading floating bars.
Fading lines, which become thin.
A flying airplane leaving a fading trail.
A train moving along the dotted line.
Rounded moving stripes.
A line of moving balls from right to left.
A motorbike driving form left to right.
Thin stripes moving from left to right.
Two moving lines meeting.
Balls increasing in size in turn on a line.
Square rolling from left to right.
Circles placed on a plane fade out one after another.
Type in your word, number or letter
Maximum length: 30 symbols
Word to animate
A button corresponds to the image type you need to generate (GIF - Animated GIF, APNG - Animated PNG format).
Note: .GIF format supports only absolute transparency or no transparency at all. Therefore, when you select the GIF format and set background to transparent you will still be able to set a background color that will fill the back layer of semi-transparent parts of your image.
Set the background of a preloader to transparent.
For GIF images all semi-transparent pixels will be in front of the selected background color.
The color of the preloader itself
The background color of a preloader.
All transparent pixels will be filled with the given background. If "Use environment colors" function is used, the pixels that are converted to semi-transparent will be filled with the selected background color with the respective foreground color amount
Identifies the interval of time between frames switching. The closer the slider is to + the faster the animation goes and vise versa.
Denotes width and height of a preloader in pixels. The default best quality maximum size of each image is set when selected from the list.
In order for the image to have proportional width and height, check the "Constrain proportions" box and it will change the other parameter in regards to the entered one.
If you want to get back to the original size of the image, click on the "Reset sizes" link under "Preloader size" title.
Preloader size (px)
This feature allows to generate preloaders with the default coloring scheme provided.
"Use environment colors" and "Foreground color" options are disabled when this feauture is used.
Keep original colors
Inverts the colors of a preloader.
The algorithm works in regards to RGB invertion scheme
Flips images vertically and/or horizontally.
Note that some images are not affected by this feature as they may be absolutely symmetric in respect to center point
Make the background color reflect in the preloader image.
This feature is disabled when "Keep original colors" option is on
Use environment colors
Set the sequence of preloader frames in reverse order, so animation goes backwards if the option is selected
The total amount of frames in the generated image.
It's advised to reduce frames amount by 4, 8, 16 and so on, otherwise it may negatively affect the animation quality
Having set this option you will get your preloaders generated automatically 2 seconds after you change parameters.