iTimeLapse Pro for iPhone full review
If you’ve ever wanted to make time-lapse videos or even a stop-motion animation, look no further than iTimeLapse Pro.
You choose between three methods of capture – Timer, Manual or Sound. Timer lets you select how often to automatically take each picture, ranging from once every 24 hours to every three to four seconds.
Manual requires you to manually take each picture by tapping the screen. It’s the best option for making stop-motion videos. The Sound method takes a picture every time a sound is made. It’s like a hands-free mode.
Next, you choose when to start taking pictures and when to stop taking them by designating a certain number of pictures (max 9,999), using a timer, or setting a date and time. You can select a capture resolution ranging from 120 x 160 to 1,200 x 1,600 or, if you have an iPhone 3GS, up to 1,536 x 2,048.
Once your images are captured it’s time to render them to video. Tap on the Render icon to select the frames per second, file name, and video resolution. You can also choose whether or not to include a soundtrack.
After the video is finished rendering, you can watch it or share it by posting to YouTube, Vimeo, or Facebook; you can email it too, if it’s less than 10MB. You can also export the video to the iPhone’s camera roll as a QuickTime movie or as individual pictures.