Last year, Google launched an app on iOS called Motion Stills, which could capture short videos as GIFs with advanced stabilization technology. Well, the same Motion Stills app is now available for Android.
Motion Stills GIF-Making App
Motion Stills is basically a GIF camera which can stabilize the video before making it as a GIF. There is also a fast-forward mode, much like Microsoft’s Hyperlapse. In addition to that, you can shoot videos up to a minute in length with super-stabilization.
When you shoot a video, the app processes the video frame-by-frame and when you are done, you can just swipe up to see the final and finished product. All the videos captured can be exported as a GIF or the original video.
Google’s Motion Stills is live in the Play Store for devices running Android 5.1 Lollipop or higher. Not to forget, this is an experimental app, so, you might experience some hiccups while running this app.
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