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8 Great iPad Apps for Creating Stop Motion Videos ~ Educational Technology and Mobile L... - 1 views

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    "A couple of days ago Educational Technology and Mobile Learning published a post featuring two awesome web tools for teachers to create stop motion videos and following this article I received some requests to feature iPad apps for creating motion videos. I have curated the list below containing some of the best and most popular apps for this purpose. Check them out and if you have other suggestions , please share them with us in the comment form below.
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John Evans

Motion Math Offers a Pro Suite of Kids Math Apps | GeekDad | Wired.com - 2 views

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    "At GeekDad we are big fans of apps that actually use mobile devices in innovative ways to support children's learning. Motion Math Games are one of those developers who have led the way in thinking about how they can design digital learning environments that provide ways for children to learn math with their hands and minds. Their first fraction/decimals app called Motion Math has become one of the benchmarks against which others should be comparing themselves."
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Slow Motion Video Analysis with Ubersense Coach - iPad App Review | PadGadget - 3 views

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    "Every athlete knows what they should be doing in order to excel… at least in theory. For serious athletes, capturing their own personal fast-paced sports action for later analysis can be a very valuable training tool. Using Ubersense Coach, athletes or their coaches can record high-quality slow-motion video and "give feedback using the app's annotation tools.""
John Evans

App #14: SloPro for iPhone and iPad « Teaching with iPad - 7 views

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    "SloPro (app link) is a fun iPhone and iPad video-making app that allows you to slow down your videos without losing any image quality. When you shoot a video within this app, it will shoot it in 60fps (frames per second), as opposed to the usual 30fps.* This will allow the resulting video to be smooth and not pixelated, like when you slow down video in various movie making software."
John Evans

Want to create stop-motion films? We made an app for that! | NFB.ca blog - 2 views

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    "Pixstop is available on iTunes. The app is free in Canada; $2,99 elsewhere."
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