Google’s Motion Stills app: Create gifs from Live Photos

Today we are releasing Motion Stills, an iOS app from Google Research that acts as a virtual camera operator for your Apple Live Photos. We use our video stabilization technology to freeze the background into a still photo or create sweeping cinematic pans. The resulting looping GIFs and movies come alive, and can easily be shared via messaging or on social media.

Interesting.



  • tylernol

    the Facebook/Instagram Apps Hyperlapse and Boomerang do something similar. I use hyperlapse to stabilize 1X videos I take . I believe Microsoft Reearch was ahead of everyone in developing a very fancy version of this, but they never commercialized it. Regardless, this type of temporal image stabilization is needed for video compression anyways and much research has been done on it.

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