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Create Time-Lapse and Stop-Motion Video with Any iOS or Android Smartphone

Create Time-Lapse and Stop-Motion Video with Any iOS or Android Smartphone | Online Video Publishing |
Robin Good's insight:

Lapse-it is a new app for both iOS and Android devices which allows you to shoot professional-looking time-lapse video clips easily. 

Key features include:

• Capture resolution up to 1080p on the Pro version

• Other resolutions available are 720P, 480P, 360P, 240P 
• Capture interval starting at one second 

• Adjustable focus and white balance 

• Zooming

• Silent camera (no sound at every shot - not supported by all smartphones)

• Video trimming facility
• Instagram-like effects applicable live and afterwards

• No restrictions for capture length or frames 
• On screen information during capture 
• Upload directly to YouTube, Facebook and more
• Can add music soundtrack

You can render your video in different formats like MP4, MOV or FLV, in different resolutions and with different frame rates.

Free and paid versions available ($1.99).

Gallery of examples: 


App store: 

Pro version:

Google Play: 

Pro version:

Nicko Gibson's curator insight, October 17, 2013 8:32 AM

A $1.99 app with some pretty good features. Shoot and edit the time-lapse right on your device. With additional instagram-like effects, and more.

Elsie Whitelock's curator insight, October 25, 2013 7:58 AM

Free trial.. Looks interesting

Alex Briscese's comment, November 7, 2013 10:56 AM
This is a really good app, I'm using Lapse-it pro for almost 2 years now and in my opinion is the best to create time lapse videos with android, for stop motion movies instead I'd use other apps that provide onion skinning function.
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Auto-Tilt & Pan Intervalometer for Affordable Time-Lapse and Motion-Controlled Video Production: Astro

From Kickstarter another great gizmo for video-makers and photographers: "Astro adds pan & tilt movement to your camera, and it allows you to set up time lapse programs by defining the duration, the range of movement; which goes from 0 to 360°, and the interval in degrees or seconds in which you want the photos to be taken."

"The most intuitive, compact and simple intervalometer + motion control for timelapse photography"

More info:

Via planetMitch
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Add Movement To Your Time-Lapse Clips While Keeping Your Camera Still: Panolapse

Robin Good's insight:

Panolapse is a downloadable software for Mac and PC that allows you to add realistic rotational pans to your time-lapse videography.

Typically these effects are achieved by mounting your camera on a motorized track that slides, or on a motorized head that rotates, or even both at the same time.

Another popular approach to achieve these results is to use video-editing software to digitally move your camera frame within the video frame itself, though the results tend to look a bit missing perspective changes, and therefore flat and unnatural.

From the official site: "Panolapse's movements are real-world accurate, allowing for natural panning motion.

Panolapse cannot add sliding movement like a dolly on a rail, but it can add rotational head movement.

Panolapse works best with wide-angle lenses, including fisheye lenses, allowing you to pan up to 180 degrees in two axis."

Panolapse supports all cameras, and works best with wide-angle or fish-eye lenses.

Panolapse is free for output resolutions up to 1280x720p.

For full-HD support beyond 720p a license costs $65.

Find out more:

Download for Windows:

Download for Mac:

Fabio Gaist's comment, June 4, 2013 4:28 AM
Smart, cheap and cool. Thanks Robin!
Fabio Gaist's curator insight, June 4, 2013 4:30 AM

Ideal in situation where you don't have the right rig with you

Robin Good Italia's comment, June 4, 2013 1:23 PM
Thank you Fabio.