Alternative products to Motion Stills by Google

Motion Stills by Google

Turn live photos into cinematic, beautiful GIFs

Turn your Live Photos into epic, cinematic GIFs and video collages with Google’s advanced stabilization technology.

12 alternative and related products to Motion Stills by Google

Gifmock

Easily create high quality GIFs

Kevin Gutowski- Designer at Gradescope
A great way to easily communicate flows to my teammates. I also use it with every PR I make with Abstract.
Noel Emmanuel
You only pay one price and it's yours forever.
8 Alternatives to Gifmock

Live Memories

Turn live photos into instant movies 📱

Create instant movies from your Live Photos. Just select the photos you want to group and get back a short video memory.

Live Memories supports exporting in three aspect ratios to accomodate all social networks. Overlapping photos are automatically detected and the overlap is removed.

9to5Mac
One of my-all time favorite additions to the iPhone's camera app is Live Photos, the feature that saves a short, 3 second video clip with each photo you take. Playing back Live Photos from an event has always been cumbersome though, requiring you to swipe through each photo and play each clip separately.
8 Alternatives to Live Memories

What's the best iOS app for making and sharing gifs?

Emily HodginsCommunity and Marketing, Product Hunt
Giphy Cam - Create and share your own wacky GIFs
"Super easy to use 😉"
Kamcord - Live stream anything on your phone's screen
"Unfortunately there's no way to record your iPhone screen without jailbreaking (afaik); however, Kamcord pivoted from a mobile gaming socia… See more
Motion Stills by Google - Turn live photos into cinematic, beautiful GIFs
"You can use this app to convert live photos from your iPhone to GIFs. As for recording your screen - you can do so if you have a mac via Q… See more
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