Video Avatar is a tool for creating animated GIF avatars. You can choose the video movie and its part and then crop it for your avatar or userpic. By using Video Avatar you can create original video avatars for your blogs, journals, you can also set userpic in your profile page for any forums, communities, your Web site. Download free version and you will see the results.
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"This is not free software - it's advertised as such."
Version: Video Avatar 3.0h
Doesn't tell you it's not free or that there is a huge logo printed on the final product until you pay to unlock it.
I'm wary of anyone who draws you in with fake freebies. Make it shareware, and I might consider it. Don't try to fool me by making me get as far as actually using it only to find a huge logo printed across the final product until I pay. Boo. Hiss. Bad form.