You just take your still photos as you always would, and iOS professionally captures a bit of footage from before and after the photo was taken which actually turns it into a little interesting animation. With the introduction of Motion Stills for iOS it would certainly satisfy all needs of global users.
Sometimes these animations are good few coincidental gems that you never would’ve nabbed otherwise. Often, though, shaky messes that you won’t wish to have. So eventually Google just released an app to try and fix this problem by means new app called Motion Stills for iOS.
Termed as “Motion Stills”, the new app qualitatively exists pretty much solely to simply improve your Live Photos. Learning much of what Google has enriched from its video stabilization efforts on YouTube and other beneficial projects, the app professionally analyzes your Live Photos and does a unique stuff in no time flat.
It actually throws out blurry frames, and tries to crop out bits where you’re just illustrating the phone back in your pocket. They also determine what’s in the background and what’s in the foreground. It virtually isolates them for better stabilization. They also try to determine the best start/end point for the loop and make a GIF for you to share. The app only exists on iOS for now which makes sense, given that Live Photos are pretty much exclusively an iOS thing.
This work does further propel the idea that Google’s engineers are becoming more and more interested towards iOS. It’s the second Google app in recent history to land on iOS first. You can find Motion Stills in the iOS app store right over here.
We all know that photos are an extension of our memories. Motion Stills is a pilot from Google that brings your Live Photos back to life with advanced stabilization and rendering. The users could easily turn their photos into GIFs that loop forever, or edit them together into epic movies.
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