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FAQ – THREE FEATURES IN STOP MOTION STUDIO

FAQ – THREE FEATURES IN STOP MOTION STUDIO

I had a few questions about some of the features in Stop Motion Studio in a recent Live over on the @createvideoswithxanthe account. 

First, “Can you can use the front facing camera in the Stop Motion Studio app?”.

Yes, you can – When in the camera mode, go to settings and then choose whether you want to use the rear or front facing camera.

 

Next, was about using the interval timer in the Stop Motion Studio app, so here’s a reminder of how it works. It’s helpful to use this feature, if you want to include your hands in the frame, or you don’t want to touch the shutter when taking photos.

I do demo this in more detail in the free lesson CREATING STOP MOTIONS ON YOUR PHONE, which you can find HERE.

And finally, it can be a good idea to shoot your stop motion with the intention of reversing it. I like to export my video out of Stop Motion Studio and edit in VLLO but you can do it all in the app. Here’s how…

Enjoy these features! Have FUN!

You can find more FAQs here.


If you’d like more guidance to start making your own stop motions – check out my online course where I share everything you need to get started and inspiration to take you through the whole process and find the love of making stop motions!

 

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