Microsoft Hyperlapse Mobile

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About this app

Microsoft Hyperlapse is a simple app to help you shoot smooth and stable time-lapse videos, or quickly upload and enhance your existing videos. 

· Instant gratification: Capture the video, see the Hyperlapse immediately.
· Import existing video: Create a hyperlapse of any video you’ve already shot on your phone.
· Multiple speeds: Choose from 1x to 32x times the normal speed.
· Multiple HD Resolutions: Save in 720 or 1080p, if supported by your device.
· Stabilize-only mode:  Select 1x for stabilization without time-lapse, and keep the video’s audio track.
· Share: It’s easy to post your hyperlapses on popular social media and video sites such as Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
· Save to SD:  Save finished videos to SD storage (on compatible devices)
· Hyperlapse Mobile requires Android 4.4 or 5.0 (KitKat and Lollipop)
Updated on
Mar 2, 2016

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45.2K reviews
Andy L
April 6, 2022
Its a bit too basic and one major function problem: if you are not standing right by your device and it stops recording and gets no response from you, it deletes the video!!!! I recorded a painting session which took hours of prep time and then recording the painting. I had paint on my hands and couldn't give it a response, so it deleted it!!!! What the hell Microsoft!??@! That was a lot of time and money wasted. common Bill, man up and send me a check.
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Hannah Campbell
January 21, 2022
It works OK for the most part. There's definitely a dip in quality from the original video when I import things but it's nothing too crazy. My main issue is that occasionally it will save the timelapse as a much smaller frame for no particular reason and I have to start the process all over again and hope it works the next time. Also not a fan of the forced logo screen at the end, it's just another thing I have to trim off later.
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A Google user
July 31, 2019
It Used To Be OK, but now it just plain sux. Some time ago, it would make long duration videos just fine. Now, the longest I can get it to record is for 8 minutes on internal storage that is large enough for longer recordings. Can't choose to save to SDCard, grayed out. Stupid ad displayed at end of video, so need to use another app to edit that out. Framelapse Pro is far superior app to this one. At least that one doesn't just die in the middle of recording. Last update was 3 years ago.
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What's new

· 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.