Too many issues For one, you can't save your video and you are forced to get around the problem by sharing it with yourself. Second, photos disappear on their own when the camera app goes into idling. It's very irritating!
Does it's job, but low quality and doesn't save it. I think everyone would really appreciate it if the resolution of the final product was better, and if you could save all those taken pictures. If the developers fix this, they'll have the best app on Google Play for time lapses.
Great app. Other than a Save function, it does what it says, simply, and with no additional things to fiddle with (on a Note 3 running KitKat - other phones/versions may have problems or not). Set a time (2 minutes is a bit fast for wildlife timelapse - a seconds/minutes switch would be nice - one hour per frame in a forest would be nice), run and encode. To save, install ES File Explorer and you'll be able to "share" with your phone's storage, internal, external, whatever you have (network too). It's also free. 20 stars if I could.
The video was totally out of sequence. 1600 photos and 6 hours wasted. If I could find the original photos I may be able to salvage something.
Clean and powerfull. Still... Does the basic core function of time lapse very neatly . wonder how to save the video.its just few mins of install. Edit: NO option to save the recording.workaround is to share to yourself . slider is very sensitive .difficult to work with
Great This is the best time lapse app that I could find in google play. It is simple and still have every feature that I need. The best thing it have, that I need is the ability to render vodeo later. And it doesn't stop or interrupt render when mimimised. The other good feature is the ability to pause record and then continue. EDIT: Quality of rendered video is too low. Will give 5 when improved
- slightly improved design
- support for more than 4500 devices