Latest Version of Google Motion Stills includes new editing options

A few months ago Google introduced research app named Motion Stills for Android which has already been readily available for iOS users. This app helps users to record small video clips and change these clips into stunning cinematography with improved stabilization and rendering technology.  Basically, it is just a GIF cam, but the app will do the magic when you’re recording the video by stabilizing the video clip. You are able to record for a few seconds or else you can make use of the fast-forward option to increase the speed and balance the lengthy videos.

Now initial update of Motion Stills Android app has arrived in play store with several helpful improvements. This new update brings a couple of new buttons to the edit screen of the app. The first one is a loop button which allows the user to loop the video clip back and forth. The other option is a Delete key, which will do precisely what you think it will.  In the old version of the app one and only method to discard old video recordings was to swipe left on the primary screen.

More about Motion Stills Android app:

Google launched research app named Motion Stills for Android back in July this year. This app allows users to record small video clips and then change these clips into stunning cinematography or even sweeping cinematic pans with the help of improved stabilization and rendering technology. Motion Stills won’t allow you to import pre-existing clips to include them for stabilization, however it does help you generate up to one-minute longer time lapses which are known as “fast-forwards” whereas the app’s primary three-second animations are referred to as “Motion Stills”. You can simply swipe up in the viewfinder to check your Motion Stills. These Motion Stills can also be shared with your buddies and mates. In addition to it, you’ll also have the choice to save it as a GIF or a short Video clip. Furthermore to add this stills to your timeline all you have to do is swipe a Motion Still to the right side. You can also put together more of your still to a montage of categories.

Updated on – September 15, 2017

Size – 15 MB

Content Rating – 12+

Support Android – 5.1 and up

Author – Research at Google


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