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Time-Lapse will turn a sequence of images into a QuickTime movie.
You can select or drag and drop any number of JPEG, TIFF, PNG, Canon CR2 or Nikon NEF image files and folders. The image files can be sorted alphabetically or by time stamp. The QuickTime movie Time-Lapse creates can be JPEG, H264, TIFF, MPG4 or Animation format with a variety of compression options. You can select a standard frames per second or enter a custom value. The movie can be scaled to a variety of standard and HD sizes or a custom size.
The custom cropping option allows you to define a section of each image to form the movie frames or you can change the cropping section and scale over time to created animated effects. Filters to control color, exposure, blur and rotation are available and can be transitioned in an animation. The animation sequence is saved in a file that can be rerun and modified. Existing QuickTime movies can be converted to images for use in Time-Lapse.
What's New in Version 1.7
1. Animation files saved option.
2. KML file option with GPS images.
3. Skip verification option.
4. Vertical format option.
5. Added monochrome filter.
6. Filters can be individually reset.
7. Added filter fine adjustment.
8. Added image rotation function.
9. Added movie append function.
10. Convert movie to images function.
11. New verification log.
12. New PDF manual.
I had to buy this because iMovie doesn’t seem to like the way I use jpegs to make movies. But it has limited functionaltiy, The manual in the help menu doesn’t exist. You have to figure it out for yourself. Doesn’t like too many RAW images at a time, crashes. I have had to do workarounds, and usually when I’ve made a movie I put it into iMovie to change the format so I can use it. Buy it if you’re tech savvy. if you’re a novice, stay away.
Does what it says on the box!
Fed it a GoPro time lapse sequence of almost 800 images and told it to crop, resize and turn into video. Took about 5 mins and turned out a very crisp and clear result.
UI could maybe use a bit of work but I have no problems at all with this being value for money.
Not connecting to Iphoto library. When trying to import photo’s a pop up window shows errors. It refers to a list for the errors to view, but it is now where to find. Every time when you want to import more photo’s it deletes the first import attempt. Making a movie from the photo’s that survive the import it runs very fast. Would definitely request my money back
- Category: Video
- Updated: 21 May 2012
- Version: 1.7
- Size: 0.3 MB
- Languages: English, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish
- Seller: Darryl Robertson
- © 2012 Microprojects
Compatibility: OS X 10.6 or later