Prezi Launches Nutshell, An App To Flip Pictures Into ‘Mini-Films’
Prezi’s on-line presentation software program already presents a well-liked various to creating in any other case tedious and visually uninspiring PowerPoint shows, however now it appears the startup needs in on the buyer ‘video’ sharing development. Taking the identical dynamic zooming tech used to spruce up Prezi shows, the corporate has created a brand new app referred to as Nutshell.
Merely put, the iOS app enables you to take three photographs in succession, overlay textual content and graphics, and switch the outcome into a brief ‘film’ sequence. Primarily, it’s a method of injecting movement into pictures taken in your telephone. Or, maybe, one other method to think about it’s the ‘Ken Burns impact’ — zooming and panning — that we’ve all turn out to be accustomed to in apps like Apple’s iPhoto, however taken up a few notches.
In reality, Prezi says the thought for Nutshell happened after the startup realised that folks have been utilizing Prezi’s “zoom-in a position presentation canvas” for sharing occasions like birthdays, street journeys, and even marriage proposals, apparently. In different phrases, for distinctly shopper functions, profiting from the convenience at which Prezi permits you to mix photographs, movies, textual content and graphics to ‘inform a narrative’.
And with the reimagining of a few of Prezi’s options for purely shopper functions, it’s no shock that the ensuing ‘nutshells’ can simply be shared by e mail, textual content message or posted to Instagram, Fb and Twitter.
In fact, the latter three are additionally rivals to an app like Nutshell, with their very own photograph and video creation and sharing options, together with Twitter-owned Vine, and a plethora of different brief visible storytelling apps like Coub or musixMatch’s lately-launched Clip.