Gifski is both an executable binary that can be run, and a library that can be used in Rust programs.

Installing the command-line executable

Assuming you have Rust/Cargo installed, run this command in a terminal:

cargo install -f gifski

It will make the gifski command available in your PATH if you've allowed the PATH to be modified when installing Rust. cargo uninstall gifski uninstalls.

Adding gifski library as a dependency

If you have cargo-edit installed, run this command in a terminal, in your project's directory:

cargo add gifski

To add it manually, edit your project's Cargo.toml file and add to the [dependencies] section:

gifski = "0.10.0"

The gifski library will automatically available globally. Read the gifski library documentation.

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