Create Stop Motion Animations aka Animated GIFs with Guizero-Wrapped stopmotion.py Program | #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Simple project – and good tip about guizero – from stuffaboutcode for creating stop motion animations using a simple python script. You can see the source code here and follow the simple step-by-step tut here.
In preparation for a Raspberry Pi event I decided to create a simple GUI for creating stop motion animations using the Pi camera module to use for a demo.
Its a really simple application, you start it up, you click “take image”, you re-position the scene, you click “take image” and so on until you are happy with your animation and you click “save” to store it as an animated gif.
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