Time-Lapse Creator

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16.8K reviews
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About this app

Capture images at regular intervals to produce a time-lapse video. Choose the resolution from 720p 1080p and even 4K. Maximum capture time of 24 hours. Video frame rate from 1 fps to 60 fps.

• Maximum 24 hour time lapse
• Resolution up to 4K , 1080p, or 720p
• Manual Focus
• Focus Peaking (powered by Vulkan)
• ISO & Shutter manual control
• Lens selection
• EV control
• Choose codec H.264 or HEVC
• White balance control
• Auto exposure/white balance lock
• SD card support
• Save images and manage time lapses
• Render videos from 1fps to 60fps

4K is available as an in app purchase only to devices with a supported resolution. Manual control is dependent on camera support.
This was the first time lapse app on the play store to support 4K!

Our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC36lsn4MPlQVu8JFHXNLczA
Updated on
Aug 1, 2022

Data safety

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No data shared with third parties
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App info and performance
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

16.7K reviews
Elijah Mock
January 25, 2023
It functions, but barely. After capturing a time lapse, the dialog box asking to render instantly disappears if you tap outside of it. The image files are still in the DCIM folder, but you'll have to render elsewhere. Additionally, it is initially difficult to understand the timing setup and duration. A text input would be easier than scrolling through to specify the delay, and it only allows you to choose integers between 1 and 59.
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Citizen Kate
April 20, 2023
Seriously — frame intervals of no more than 59 seconds??? I liked this app better than the other one I tried out, and was having fun with it — until I wanted to shoot something slower... that's when I noticed it can't go more than 59 second frame intervals. WAAAAAAAHHHH!!!
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Nathan Seeber
September 4, 2020
When it works, one time, it's awesome. When the render is complete do not tap ANYWHERE except on the options to render the app otherwise the options dissappear and there's no longer anything to render. 1 hours sitting at the beach, most beautiful sunrise I've ever seen and it's gone. Would not recommend this app.
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What's new
-Fix crashes caused by invalid save location
-Fix crashes caused by fragment binding issue
-Decreased binary size
-SD Card support
-Android 11 support

If you enjoy the app please leave a review! We also love to see your Time-Lapse videos!
-Fixed bugs with dialogs
-Bug fixes & improvements