Stop Motion Studio for iOS

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Adjust Camera Settings

The camera settings encompass all the options necessary to tailor the camera to your specific requirements. Within this menu, you have the flexibility to choose the camera device and select the most suitable camera mode. Adjustments such as exposure and white balance can be fine-tuned to achieve a more cinematic appearance. For scenes requiring a darker or brighter touch, manual control of exposure is available through exposure compensation. The green screen feature allows you to alter the background, and if needed, you can mirror the image for a different perspective. Keep in mind that depending on the camera mode you’ve selected, certain adjustments may not be available.

  • Camera Selection : Choose the camera for capturing the next image.
  • Exposure Compensation : Adjusts the exposure bias, with a lower value darkening the image and a higher value lightening it.
  • White Balance: Alters the white balance temperature, creating a cooler image with lower values and a warmer image with higher values.
  • Focus: Modifies the focus, with a lower value sharpening close objects and blurring distant ones, and a higher value sharpening distant objects while blurring those closer to the lens.
  • ISO: Controls the light sensitivity of the camera sensor, with a lower value making it less light-sensitive and a higher value increasing sensitivity. Use ISO with shutter speed in low-light situations to reduce image noise.
  • Shutter Speed: Determines the exposure time of the image sensor. Faster shutter speeds expose the sensor to light for a shorter time, while slower speeds expose it for longer. Combining ISO and shutter speed in low-light conditions helps reduce noise.
  • Aperture: Manages the amount of light passing through the camera lens.
  • Zoom: Zoom in and out to adjust your scene.
  • Green Screen: Activates the green screen filter for background alterations.
  • Mirror: Flips, mirrors, or rotates the camera view to achieve different perspectives.

Tip: Use the volume button on your headphone to capture each image. Using the volume button means you don’t have to touch the device, which might cause the device to move. You can also use a Bluetooth remote shutter or your Apple watch. Also consider using the remote camera feature to use a second device for capturing.