OSnap is an iPad app (available in a free version and in a paid version) that you can use to create stop motion and time lapse videos. The app is quite easy to use. To create a video with the OSnap app you simply need to start a project and take a series of still pictures using your iPad’s camera. Then adjust the number of frame per second to edit your video. If you want to, you can add a sound track to your video by selecting audio files that are stored on your iPad. You can go back and edit your videos by removing images and from the project at any time. Completed projects can be stored on your iPad, uploaded to YouTube, or shared via email.
OSnap could be used by students to create claymation videos. Your students can create figures with clay, arrange scenes, and then take pictures of each scene with the OSnap app. After capturing each scene students could add a soundtrack from the audio files stored on their iPads.
OSnap is available in two versions. The lite version is free and is good for testing the app. The paid version costs $2.99 USD and it offers some additional features like importing stored images from your camera roll that is not offered in the free version.