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- Be inspired by watching stop motion and time lapse movies created by users of iStopMotion for iPad or iStopMotion for the Mac.
- If you have iStopMotion for iPad or iStopMotion 3 for the Mac, you can use your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad as a remote camera connected via Wi-Fi.
NOTE: iStopMotion for iPad or iStopMotion 3 for the Mac - available as a separate purchase -
is required for this app to create stop motion or time lapse movies.
WHAT IS A REMOTE CAMERA?
iStopMotion Remote Camera allows the use of the camera of an iPhone (4 or newer), iPod touch (4th gen. or newer), iPad (2 or newer) or iPad mini as a remote camera for iStopMotion running on an iPad (2 or newer, incl. iPad mini) or iStopMotion 3 on a Mac. The remote camera is connected via a Wi-Fi connection.
iStopMotion for iPad is a stop motion (aka stop action or claymation) animation and time lapse app for iPad (2 or newer, incl. iPad mini).
For more information on iStopMotion for iPad see http://boinx.com/istopmotion/ipad/
iStopMotion 3 is a stop motion and time lapse app for the Mac.
For more information on iStopMotion 3 see http://boinx.com/istopmotion/mac/
For more information about how to set up the iStopMotion Remote Camera refer to the help menu.
The only good part about it is you can watch people's awesome videos but when you try to make a video it keeps on saying looking for connection when there is connection😡FIX IT😡
It says to have a conmection when you already have one!!!!!!
I was really excited when I found out I could do these kinds of videos and then like the other comments all it does is say "waiting for connection" when my wifi is PERFECT I hope this gets fixed😄 thanks
Produces high-quality videos when it decides to work. If I'm doing a 5-hour project, it takes 8+ hours because of all the times I'm filming and it disconnects after 500 shots and I have to redo the whole scene. Its annoying. Please fix the connection problems.
It doesn't load for me
Don't waste time. Maybe better in future.
Played with the Mac based one at Lawrence Berkley Hall of Science with the kids and had a done of fun. Bought this one for the iPad and am using my iPhone has the camera. It's working great. Next will let the kids give it a go and post an update.
Usually when I see people's reviews that the app doesn't open, it opens for me. But not this time, it doesn't open!!! Waste of time. And I think the movies in the theater aren't even made in the app I stop motion. Not even worthy of a star. This was stupid
Simply crashes when attempting to wirelessly connect to the desktop.
I’ve been playing around with this for a few days, and really enjoying it. It’s a lot of fun! It’s hard to review just the Remote Camera app, but here goes: it’s simple to use, has a clear interface that works well even when the camera is being held in a strange position, such as in a clamp to get a proper view of the scene. (I do highly recommend a clamp or some other mount, by the way.) Minimizing tapping is important, to avoid jarring the camera while taking a shot, and I think they manage that well. My one complaint is that it uses Bonjour for discovery, without documenting that fact. My WiFi router doesn’t support Bonjour, which led to a great deal of hair-pulling. Bluetooth or manual IP address entry would solve this easily. Right now, the workaround is to create an ad-hoc network with my Mac laptop, which works reasonably well but is a little bit of a pain.