iFlipBook app - make amazing videos
We all played with flip books as kids, and while they may not be as popular now as they were back then, we certainly haven't forgotten about them. iFlipBook allows you to construct videos with an ultra-low frame rate, offering the appearance of pages being flipped. There are two ways to create these clips using the app: You can either build the videos frame-by-frame using individual photos stored on your phone, or shoot your work using the app's built-in video recorder.
When recording video within the app, you have quick access to the frame rate (the right hand slider), LED light toggle, automatic or manual exposure and focus settings, start timer, as well as the built-in gallery. Along with being a place to view and share your animated movies, the gallery is also the import terminal.
There are 2 ways to record a movie: "realtime" (app is automatically transforming the movie in a flipbook movie) and "frames" (the app extracts the frames from the regular movie) - these options can be found in settings. After recording a movie with the "realtime" feature, the app transforms it automatically in a flipbook movie and the user has more options: extract frames, save to library or delete it. If the user decides to extract the frames (or the movie was recorded using the "frame" feature), he has the same options as before + "edit frames" (delete one or more frames and change the frame position inside the movie by dragging them in desired position). In basic mode, one of 23 effects, more via in-app purchase (3 effects), can be applied to the entire video. Alternatively, you can delete or apply effects to individual frames in an advanced frame-by-frame editing mode. Tapping "create movie" and choosing the wanted FPS, all these frames transform in a flipbook movie, keeping the effect laid before on each of them.
When it comes time to export and share your stuttered animation movie, you can save it to the iOS camera roll, send it through email, or post it immediately to Facebook or YouTube. Also, iFlipBook supports HD resolution.
Bellow is the tutorial video of the app:
Here you can see some movies made using this app:
Download from App Store and enjoy it.