You have tried some other Free Trial Stop Motion software but you have not tried iKITMovie. Well you have come to the right place. iKIT is different. For a start no other stop motion software comes with 2,200 free sound fx included
IKITMovie 4 has just been released - iKITMovie (pronounced i-kit-movie) is stop motion for Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7/8 or 10 PC’s for making stop motion animation LEGO and claymation. It is suitable for all ages and is very easy to use. It is ideal for making Claymation or brickfilms or any kind of cartoon animation or stop motion for that matter. IKITMovie has a very unique custom built sound engine that you will not find in other animation programs , with over 2,200 free sound effects and background music tracks included to make high quality animations. With the release of version 4.0 we have introduced even more features to our stop motion software. iKITMovie now has greenscreen (chromakey) and overlay technology. Stop motion with greenscreen or chromakey can take your animations to a whole new level of creativity by allowing you to replace your backgrounds with still or moving images. And with our overlay feature you can now add explosions, muzzle flashes , fire , smoke, snow and more. Our site has a stop motion tutorial page packed and a stop motion ideas section with all the easy to follow stop motion tips ,ideas and tricks to get you started.It also explains exactly what is stop motion animation? Why not check out how to make a lego movie under our lego animation section. There you will find step by step video tutorials on how to make the best stop motion animations with our stop motion LEGO and Claymation software. If you are new to stop motion then check our stop motion ideas for beginners.
Schools all over the world are enjoying using iKITMovie stop motion animation to bring life in to topics of all kinds. From art and literature (storytelling ) to science and history. Animation can be an ideal way of bringing any of these topics to life. After school classes also use animation as a way of enriching the curriculum by introducing concepts not always covered by traditional learning approaches. The site has lots of really useful information, such as "what's the best clay to use for claymation?"