How to Use Zoetropic on Android

  1. Import a picture that has the sky or water shown in it.
  2. When the picture is imported, tap on the sky using your fingers and make lines. Drag the line toward the side you want the sky to move.
  3. Now, tap on the “Stabilize” option to make the things stable you don’t want to add motion to.
  4. If you face any difficulty while dragging the lines, you can click on the “Zoom” option to view the picture in a larger form.
  5. The process of adding motion is complete. Tap on the “Play” icon to view if the video is properly edited.
  6. When you find the video perfect, you need to tap on the three dots on the upper right corner to save it to your device.
  7. Make sure to adjust the video resolution and speed according to your choice.
  8. Finally, tap on the “Save” option that appears at the bottom.
  9. That’s how you can add motion to a still image using Zoetropic.
  1. Import an image in Zoetropic application.
  2. Choose the option that reads “Sky Replacement.”
  3. As you tap on the option, you will see several types of sky.
  4. You can turn a blue sky red to make your image look amazing.
  5. Moreover, you can choose several types of clouds.
  6. You can tap on any of the flying cloud options to apply the desired effect.
  7. The application will automatically detect the sky in the picture, add the “flying cloud effect” to the picture, and save it as a video.
  8. That’s how easily you can replace the sky in a Zoetropic application to make an impressive video.
  1. First of all, you need to import the picture in your Zoetropic app.
  2. After that, you need to tap on the “Motion” to enable the feature to add motion.
  3. Now, you need to drag the lines using your fingers or thumbs in the direction toward which you want the water to move.
  4. If a picture has some objects such as trees and plants, avoid dragging lines around them as the motion will affect them.
  5. In order to stop them from moving, you can use the “Stabilize” option.
  6. After tapping on the “Stabilize” option, tap around the object.
  7. Place the red dots around the object you don’t want to see move.
  8. Placing the red dots around the object will stable it.
  9. That’s how easily you can add motion to water.

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