Great app I have made long and short timelapses and they turned out great. My longest spanned mote than 12 hours with a 2 minute interval. I am constantly trying to come up with more ideas. Android T-bolt. UPDATE- Been using it on my SGS4 for almost 2 years, works perfectly. Keep on with the added features, I use them all!
Dfuq 3000 frames didn't render for me on a recent capture. After a 4 hour wait to make a 30 second capture, though the video quality looks awesome. It lags and stops. Consistently. The moments it works, it runs so smooth and awesome. Dunno what to do. But I did put some time into waiting for this thing. Too much for it not to work and me to have paid for your app.
Will always use it... For us with S5 there are a few issues with the screen just blanking out with nothing to show. However I can't send a report since the phone/app itself doesn't force close. Iv come to realize that I can't use full senser and top quality on everything, or awesome render for music. But if you choose 1080 along with 1 setting below everything top quality it works just fine. Just takes patients and knowing how to properly navigate it.
Best timelapse I've tried I've tried several similar apps and this has proved to be the best I've found. The settings menu can be a bit tedious as it closes after each settings change and has to be reopened and scrolled again for the next setting you want to make before starting the timelapse. A GUI change would be welcomed. However, I'd happily recommend this as the best timelapse for Android. Seems very stable on Nexus 6p running Marshmallow.
Used to love it I loved this app on my GS4, then I upgraded to the GS7 edge. The material setting is the only way that the photos do not look like a fisheye. When I try to render it, it goes through the process and then just stops. I don't get a video showing the timelapse. It just takes up space. Hopefully this gets fixed soon, then 5 stars.
Time lapse at your fingers Great app for those moments that you wish that you were able to take multiple pictures to get the right one or a quick time lapse. But you cannot control the aperture or shutter speed.. This is the only downside that i have found. Or maybe I am not doing something... Otherwise it works great.. Android lollipop is to be released Nov.12, 2014 at least for the Nexus family.
• New Android Lollipop camera mode that includes manual controls and more, to access the new camera go to New Capture - More - "Material" Camera ( Only accessible on Android L )
• Material camera supports full background capture with device screen off or Lapse It on background.
• We worked on the "awesome render engine" and the import video feature to make them compatible with more devices.
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