I love your app!!!
Just one question that I couldn’t figure out…
Is there any way that I can export single frames (as JPG’s) into the camera roll for using as still images from the movie that I am working on?
All the best,
Currently there is no option to export single frames to the camera roll in iStopMotion for iPad. However, you can save your movie document to a Mac via iTunes and step into the document bundle to find the original JPEGs you need.
ANd how do I do this…: save your movie document to a Mac via iTunes and step into the document bundle to find the original JPEGs you need.
Do you have a step by step instruction? Thank you,
To save your iStopMotion iPad document to a Mac in order to access the images of the project, please follow these steps:
- Connect you iPad to the Mac your are synching your device with
- Start the iTunes application on your Mac
- You should see your iPad in the list of Devices in the left column, select it. You will get a summary about your iPad.
- Navigate to the “Apps” section with the tabs on the top of the iTunes window. You will get a list of installed apps and the Home screens of your iPad.
- Scroll down the window to find the “File Sharing” section. Here all your apps are listed that provides a file sharing option.
- In the list of File Sharing Enabled Apps find “iStopMotion” and select it. You will get the list of iStopMotion documents on the right.
- Select the iStopMotion Clip you want to save to your Mac and click the “Save to…” Button at the bottom of the list.
- After you have chosen the location on your hard disk (e.g. “Desktop”) the file will be saved here.
- Go to the Finder and located the file on your hard disk.
- Right click on the file icon to reveal a context menu for this file. Select “Show Package Contents” and Finder will show you the contents of the document bundle.
- Navigate to the “Pictures” folder of this document bundle. All you images are stored here.