Get creative with this Android app called PicPac! Create a stop motion animation creation by using clay, play-doh or yourself. Get creative!
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Step 1: Watch Introduction Video
The introduction video shows you already created stop motion animation videos created with PicPac.
Step 2: Create
Before creating your stop motion animation video you want to think of what you want to use to create your animation video.
Some supplies you may want to use:
Step 3: Create a Project
You can create a project by using four of the different options that they provide.
These four options are:
1) Extract pictures from a video
2) Take time-lapse photos
3) Local photos
4) Use Instagram
Step 4: Time-lapse Photos
You can choose the time lapse option which allows you to take pictures over a span of time. There are two options you can choose from on how you would like to capture your photos. One is the auto option, this allows you to choose intervals of how many pictures are taken at a time. It can start at 2 seconds and go all the way up to 5 minutes. If you choose the manual option this will allow you to take pictures whenever you want.
Step 5: Selecting Pictures
You can now select the pictures you want to use for your animation video. Once you have selected the photos you would like to use, press the arrow key on the top right corner.
Step 6: Video Settings
Title your project and say who it is directed by. You can also add the duration of the speed to each picture.
Step 7: Audio
After you have titled your animation video you can add your own audio or choose audio that is already on the PicPac program.
Step 8: Final Step
Once you are complete you can share it on a social media website!