Joyoshare Newly Released LivePhoto Converter to Convert Live Photo to GIF, JPG and More – Press ReleaseOctober 31, 2018
Los Angeles, CA — ( ReleaseWire ) — 10/31/2018 — Joyoshare Studio , a first-class and creative multimedia software developer, has recently announced the release of its new product, Joyoshare LivePhoto Converter , aiming at helping users efficiently convert the special Live Photo files to more adoptable and popular formats, such as GIF, JPG, BMP, PNG, TIFF and WEBP, on Windows and Mac without hassle and therefore making Live Photo shareable and viewable on any device.
Live Photo, a camera feature firstly introduced for iPhone 6S/6S Plus, can record both audio and motion for up to 3 seconds MOV video and shoot a static JPG picture at the same time.
For Android users, Live Photo is made up of one MP4 video and one JPG image similarly.
However, not everyone can enjoy and view this kind of funny Live Photo directly, expect iPhone 6/6s & later iDevice users as well as limited Android users.
This is why here comes Joyoshare LivePhoto Converter to release users free from sharing Live Photo files to Facebook, Twitter, Android phone, etc.
By adopting advanced image encoding technology, Joyoshare LivePhoto Converter not only allows users to convert Live Photo to GIF, the most widely-used image format, but also enables users to convert Live Photo to still images, including JPG, PNG, BMP, TIFF and WEBP.
Import Live Photos, choose definite frames and output format, and start conversion.
Everything is done quickly.
About Joyoshare Joyoshare is a world-leading multimedia software developer and provider specialized in video field for years.
With advanced technologies and professional R&D team, Joyoshare is devoted to developing the best video, audio and iOS solutions, including video converter, audio converter, video editor, media cutter, iOS data recovery, HEIC converter, etc.
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