Just snap 3 photos, add some fun cartoons and captions, and let Nutshell turn it all into a cool, shareable mini-movie that tells your story in seconds.
"Essentially, it’s a way of injecting motion into photos taken on your phone."
Nutshell Camera does for video what Instagram does for photos—puts the power of visual creativity in your hands with nothing more than your phone. Except here’s the cool part: You never actually have to shoot a video.
Simply take three snaps of anything at all; Nutshell automagically creates a video with these three images as the beginning, middle, and end of your film. (In technical terms, they’re called “keyframes,” but you won’t need to know that because Nutshell makes it all so easy.)
Finally, just add your own text and choose from our library of animated cartoons to embellish your three photos and BAM! You’ve created a fun little movie you can share via social media, email, or messaging. Now, that’s entertainment!
Featured among Apple’s Best New Apps in February & March 2015.
"This Clever Video App Tackles One Of The Biggest Problems Of Modern Filmmaking”
-- Fast Company
"they have redesigned the way visual communication can work on mobile"
-- Venture Beat
"Nutshell from Prezi may be your new favorite iOS photo app”
• Library of free animated graphics that you can use to create short cinematic stories
• Instant sharing to Instagram, Facebook and Twitter
• Send nutshells directly to friends email, text messages, and WhatsApp
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- HD videos
- simplified workflow (using built in apple sharing features instead of a custom one)
Ratings and Reviews
The app is great - the instructions, not so much.
I love this app - it’s one of the few really “new” photo apps to come along in a while. And it is truly free - no crippleware, no ads, no in-app purchases. BUT - and this is a huge BUT - the “get started” instructions (and the description above) have a fatal omission and they almost guarantee that your first video will be total crap.
The instructions tell you to “take three photos” … something that most people would think allows you to take a photo, wander off, mess around, set up an new shot, take that pic, move on to the third, etc etc. But you aren’t really taking photographs here. What the app wants is you to mark “key frames” in an actual video. It’s not entirely obvious (although you figure it out after your first botched attempt … or maybe two) that you have to hold and move the camera BETWEEN the three photos in the same way you would when shooting a standard video.
So take a short video, and hit the camera button to mark your key spots. Then the app makes a sweet little time-compressed video and lets you annotate the key spots with animated text and stickers. It comes out looking really cool and its really easy - as long as you know you are shooting a video and not just “taking three pictures”.
I would give this five stars in a heartbeat, except for the misleading instructions. Until Prezi fixes this, I can only give it a four.
It’s also worth nothing that the built-in sharing system uses either a Facebook or Google login, so if you are at all interested in privacy or data security you need to use a manual sharing method. However, since Prezi gives you that option with a “save to camera roll” function I won’t dock them a star for this.
Fun for kids
Love making something simple with the kids
It's a promising app
Gave 2 stars cuz u can import photo or video...it will be nice if u can...but a cute app!
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.