Our inspiration was to build an app for storytelling, specifically frame by frame animation, stop motion, flip books, and gifs. We also wanted people to be able to collaborate in the creation process. Both of these were achieved.
Capture images with your webcam, and export gifs. You can control exposure settings for your camera. You can exposure a single image multiple times. You can export single images, too. Share the URL with somebody, and collaborate in real time. Data is persisted at your URL, so you can return to it.
Tested on Chrome. To use, take webcam shots, fiddle with exposure settings. Set each frame's duration. Export gif. Share your URL with somebody else create together! Protip: use an external webcam, create a puppet film studio.
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if you have the link it would be great to see :) we didn't have time for the video catalog.
thanks for the notes. we wanted to have motion tracking features (like detecting when the scene goes still and then capturing the image).
it was probably due to the fact that my webcam was so crap that I focused on exposure options first, but they have proved to be useful. I agree about the monitoring, you should be able to see what a render will look like.
yeah UI was a monster to reign in. I wanted to break it into component interfaces...