Burst GIF Mode

Burst GIF Mode

When creating an event, you have the option to enable or disable Burst GIF mode.

For Burst GIFs, each photo is taken in quick succession (a burst).


1) Camera Choice

Choose which camera to use.

Options:

Front Camera

Back Camera

2) Countdown Timer

The number of seconds the camera will count down before the shot is taken.

Options:

1 to 5 seconds

3) Aspect Ratio

Select the aspect ratio for your still images.

Options:

Square (1:1 Ratio)

Rectangle (4:3 Ratio)

Print (6x4")

4) Number of Shots

Set the number of shots taken in each photo session.

Options:

1 to 30 shots

5) Boomerang

Enable or disable Boomerang Mode.


6) Playback Speed

This determines the playback speed of the final MP4 and GIF asset.

Options:

Slow: Will play back approximately 3 shots in one second.

Medium: Will play back approximately 6 shots in one second.

Fast: Will play back approximately 12 shots in one second.

Note: All MP4 files are looped to gain at least three seconds of playback duration (necessary for Facebook and Instagram sharing). If the playback falls to say 2.9 seconds, we will automatically add the total shots to the loop again to take the total time to 5.8 seconds (2.9 + 2.9 seconds).

7) Shots Per Second

Select the number of shots you would like to show per second for your image.

Options:

1 to 20 shots

8) Overlay Choice

Paid Feature

Include your company’s branding on all Burst GIFs.

Options:

Logo

Overlay

Choose an image that will best represent your company.

Options:

Choose Image

Camera Roll

Files

Note: Files will connect to your selected Cloud Storage Service

10) Logo Position

Select where you would like your logo to sit on the image.

Note: Positioning is only available for logos

Options:

Choose from one of the four corners or the centre of the image.

11) Logo Preview

View how your logo or overlay will appear on all Burst GIFs.




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