Children today are able to use new technologies, such as tablets, with amazing ease. As a result, these tools are quickly becoming the medium through which today’s kids are learning and interacting. However, many parents are still hesitant to use tablets as a medium through which children can learn and read.
It does not help that games like Angry Birds and Tiny Village encourage kids to spend hours looking at a screen without gaining any educational benefits or skills. However, there are several progressive companies within children’s publishing that are striving to change this. These companies are coming up with innovative and new methods that allow children to connect to the story and digest information more easily than ever before ...
Major features: - build stop motion animations using a series of photos - record a soundtrack to accompany your creation - visual effects including text captions, wipes, crossfades, black & white, sepia, color tinting and more - time lapse photography at the push of a button - capture photos with the aid of an onion skin or pick them from your library - export movies as real videos to your photo library, in forward or reverse direction, with a soundtrack - unlimited frames (as long as you have room on your device!) - frame rates up to 30 fps - multiple resolutions in both landscape and portrait orientations - insert, rotate, append and remove frames at will - multi-session; load and save your projects to work on when convenient for you - configurable snap delay, in case you want to be part of the movie!
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