Zoetropic is a photo editing app to create cinemagraphs out of your images. Turn your pictures into spectacular moving images that you can then easily export to Instagram and other social networks.
Learning to use Zoetropic is simple thanks to its tutorial and how organic it is to create these small clips. You’ll have to place motion arrows on the places where you want the photo to be animated. You can make the arrows whatever size you like, as well as create chains of motion for larger animations.
|App Download Version||1.5.75-free|
|Last Updated||Nov. 5, 2018|
|Apk Size||Varies with device|
|App by||Zoemach Tecnologia|
|Category||Free Photography App|
|Support Android Version||Android 19 and above|
There are several available tools in Zoetropic: an image stabilizer to avoid distortions, masked areas to keep the image from moving, a zoom to make editing easier… Plus it’s got several features typical of more conventional image editors: a multiple selection tool, image crop, eraser…
Zoetropic is a fantastic app to create moving images. You can add music to your creations straight from the app and enjoy the cinemagraph of the day selected by the Zoetropic staff.
Zoetropic – Photo in motion is a Photography android app made by Rafael Batista Santos that you can install on your android devices an enjoy !
With Zoetropic you give life to your photos, applying a fantastic motion picture effect, also known as the Cinemagraph effect.
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1 – Use the movement tool at each point you want to give life and direct the effect.
2 – With the stabilization tool you define that point not be moved, avoiding undesired distortions. If three stabilization points are connected, a stabilized region is created.
3 – With the mask tool you will define the region of the image that will not have movement.
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Note: The result of the effect is a video. Some device can not support, try the Free Version first.