Snap Inc. added stickers to its 2016 Snapchat app and has been building on this functionality ever since. Now you can add to your photos and videos Bitmojis and even GIFs from Giphy. Even better, you can attach one of these stickers to background elements or moving subjects when you share videos. This means that stickers are not pinned to the screen itself, but to a real location.
Whether you want to insert a GIF, emoji, or other type of sticker, the method is exactly the same for everyone. Take a video snapshot first by holding down the shutter button (white circle) on the main screen. You will know that a video is being taken because the circle is slowly turning red. Raise your finger to stop recording.
More information: Creating and Using Stickers in Snapchat
After you capture the video, add a sticker to your snap (depending on which and how many you want) the note icon. It is initially displayed as an overlay superimposed over your snap.
To anchor it to a specific location, long press on the sticker where you want to put it in the video snap. For example, I waited until the snap went back to the laundry room to get Eli there. You will know that the sticker stays there because the video stops while you place it.
You can also fine-tune the placement of the sticker by dragging it exactly where you want it. Changing the size of the sticker is as easy as pinching. Once you let go, the sticker is fixed in place. Be careful, however, because once you attach a sticker, you can not remove it. However, you can press for a long time (if you are fast enough) and move it to another location and drop it there.
When a video has a moving object, such as a person's face, you can even apply the stickers to the moving object for the label to move. For the face example, you can replace an emoji face with someone's real one.
Now you're ready to spice up your snapshots and make your friends look stupid with their normal, non-pinned stickers. Keeping these things in place will make video snapshots come to life more than ever.
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