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Stop Motion Studio (Version 7.1.1)

Reviewed by Marisa Moore, MBA, RDN

Synopsis of the App​​
Stop Motion Studio calls itself the most powerful animation studio ever designed for a mobile device.

 Platform and Price
Free-$4.99. Apple and Android.

RDN Score
5 out of 5


  • Fun and easy to use from the start.
  • Includes a printable step-by-step tutorial for creating the best video - from the ideal number of frames per second to how to position the camera for the best capture.
  • The project home page puts a variety of recording and editing tools at your fingertips including the ability to add images and themes, as well as, audio and video clips.
  • Use the grid and overlay function to keep items in frame and perfectly positioned.
  • Adjust the movie speed and add special effects like fading in and out.
  • Option to buy a $4.99 features pack that allows you to import images, use the mobile device as a remote camera, add movie effects, paint and colorize the movie, add a green screen, additional themes and sound effects, record in 4K ultra HD.
  • Tap the user gallery to explore and be inspired by other users’ movies.
  • Share video to YouTube, Facebook, Dropbox and iCloud.
  • Stop Motion Studio is available on PCs and Macs in addition to the mobile app. 


  • Free version of the app is limited to basic functionality.
  • Though the app is easy to use, creating the video may take some time and patience to produce videos with the desired continuity. 

Bottom Line

​​Ideal for creating fun food videos, Stop Motion Studio puts all of the tools needed for animation at your fingertips. The premium version is well worth the $4.99 investment.

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