„Google Motion Stills update fixes yet another thing about Apple’s Live Photos“
Have you ever taken a Live Photo where the canonical “main” frame just isn’t the one you wanted? Where your subject’s expression was captured at the least flattering nanosecond, for instance, or where rapidly changing ambient light shrouded your photo in darkness at just the wrong time?
Motion Stills now fixes that by letting you choose any frame from your Live Photo and re-export it with that frame as the primary image.
Exzellente Idee. Ich bin so jemand, der sich an einem misslungenen Vorschaubild von einem Live-Foto in seiner Bibliothek wirklich stört.
Motion Stills will ich trotzdem nicht verwenden:
There is a catch. For space reasons, Live Photos only save the primary frame in full 12-megapixel clarity, with the other frames handled as lower-resolution video; choosing one of these frames will therefore result in a photo with less detail than the original.