Very simple app, but very useful and straightforward This app is so much straightforward that I wish it had optional more comprehensive menu for power users, but just the way this app is right now it works just fine. No crashes so far, good video recording. It is quite slow to import videos though, a 5 minutes video took about 7 to 10 minutes to import to app. Yet I believe that this app deserve the 5 stars to keep motivating the developers to keep improving.
Good app, but... Don't get me wrong, this is an excellent app. But after about 10 minutes of recording, it said 'Disk Full. There is not enough space on the disk. Please free some space and try again.' I've freed up some space in everything, and it still says it at the same recording mark. I know it's not made for hours and hours of recording, but I would like to use it for a decent amount of time like to catch a sunrise or sunset. I would like to see it send directly to an SD card(where there is plenty of space)
I am loving playing with this. Ive lost a few clips from it crashing. But my biggest gripe is the watermark at the end!! I'd pay for the app to remove the end watermark screen and prefer a small one in the corner of the screen during recording. Also, a pause option would be great. I want to give 5 stars but this is holding me back. PLEASE CHANGE THR WATERMARK IN EXCHANGE FOR 5 STARS
Import video broken I can record a video using the app but cannot import any existing video as the app throws up an error, typical of Microsoft error messages "something went wrong"... What exactly does that mean? EDIT..after installing cm13 the app works as expected, should have worked on stock firmware though.
Sorry for the nice app Plus: it's really easy to use and simple Minus: the 20 minutes restriction means you cannot shoot sunrise or sunset. Works quite slowly. The time lapse cannot be saved into device, just share. So it has no sense into the wild.
Keeps losing my footage Why do you have to complete the entire process of creating a hyperlapse video before it saves the captured footage? Why can't it save the footage to your camera folder before processing into a hyperlapse so you don't lose 20 mins of footage if you have to turn your screen off before it's done processing? I've lost a ton a footage already due to it either crashing while processing or having to turn my screen off before it's done processing 20 mins of video..... really irritating 😣
· Hyperlapses can now be saved in 1080p (on compatible devices).
· Hyperlapses can now be saved to SD storage (on compatible devices).
· Clarified how to save original video with stabilization.
· Fixed orientation on Nexus 5x.
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