Summary: How to quickly and easily animate a still picture in a video? You've come to the right place. This post will show you the easiest way to create moving images online for free. Follow us and learn how to animate a picture in a few clicks.
Whether you want to animate a still picture to make it move or even add movements or animations to a still photo to create more dynamic images in a video?
Depict video: Still Picture Vs. Moving Picture(Made with FlexClip)
FlexClip makes it pretty easy to add this feature to your pictures in a few clicks. And you won't need any design experience or download any software and pay for it to animate your pictures. With the free online tool, FlexClip, you can create your own moving pictures with great ease.
How to Animate a Picture Quickly and Easily
You can use such a powerful online tool to animate your picture in a video. Just follow the simple Three steps below to staring make images move in your video right now:
As you can see, FlexClip is a leading video editor packed with rich video editing tools and options, just click the Get Started Now button below to start adding emoji to your video and making more edits to it using a couple of features provided by FlexClip:
Step 1 Launch FlexClip and Get Started
Visit FlexClip Homepage and click to Make a Free Video button to access the template page, here you can choose to start with a template or from scratch. Or you can also click one of the buttons below to get started directly.
Step 2Upload Your Picture/Photo
Go to the storyboard to upload your pictures with the + icon > Add Local Media. You can also find stunning images in FlexClip's extensive media and use them for free in your video with the Add Stock Media option.
Image Board: Upload
Step 3 Animate the Picture
Once you've added your pictures into the storyboard, you can quickly animate them with the Animation feature on the top of the screen.
Image Board: Animated the Picture
Here you can choose various animation effects for your photo: zoom in/out, move to left/right, etc. You can either choose to click the Apply to All the Storyboards button to animate other pictures in one click or pick another effect for other photos one by one.
Tips for Making Your Moving Picture More Dynamic
Now, you've mastered the way to animate a photo, here we want to show you how to level up your moving picture to make it more dynamic and appealing.
Tip 1: Add Dynamic Text to The Moving Picture
Image Board: Moving Picture with Animated Text
As you can see in the picture above, the moving picture with dynamic text is far more appealing than a still photo. With FlexClip, you can easily add the dynamic text to the moving photo in a few clicks.
Simply go to the sidebar and focus on the text section, scroll down to pick your desired text effect, add it to your picture, then you can enter your content and customize it n the font, color, position, and duration.
Image Board: Add Animated Text to the Moving Picture
Tip 2: Add Animated Effects to the Moving Picture
Image Board: Moving Picture with Animated Element
FlexClip also provides various stunning elements you can add to your moving pictures to make them more dynamic and attractive.
It is pretty easy to and the animated effects to your images. Just go to the sidebar and switch to the Elements option, here you will see a lot of elements, both the dynamic element and other simple elements. You can either choose to pick a ready-made dynamic element or choose a simple element then add animation to them manually.
Image Board: Add Animated Element to the Moving Picture
Tip 3: Go along with a Rhythmic Music Track
You might already know the importance of the music, and you'll not surprise that different background music of a video can convey different feelings to viewers. If you want to make your moving picture more dynamic, rhythmic music must be the best choice.
That's all for how to animate a still picture in a video. Hopefully, with the tool, instructions, and tips we shared here, everyone can make the still photo move and create appealing moving pictures in a video with great ease.