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Watch It Change app records animation on iPhone

updated 12:05 pm EDT, Fri August 15, 2008

Watch It Change for iPhone

A new app for the iPhone, Watch It Change, allows any object or series of pictures to be animated. Stop-motion and time-lapse movies can be created using the iPhone's built-in camera, and people can additionally insert opening and closing credits, as well as pictures stored in a project library. Completed clips can be uploaded to WatchItChange.com for sharing with others.

Watch It Change works on any iPhone with the v2.0 firmware. A stand to hold an iPhone for stop-motion purposes, meanwhile, should soon be available from the developer's website. The app can be purchased from the iTunes App Store for $7.




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  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Addictive!

    Watch It Change is a very cool app. I've been able to create stop motion movies in just a few minutes. And I love sharing them on website. I think this is going to inspire thousands of people to become amateur filmmakers and animators.

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Addictive!

    Watch It Change is a very cool app. I've been able to create stop motion movies in just a few minutes. And I love sharing them on website. I think this is going to inspire thousands of people to become amateur filmmakers and animators.

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