Timelapse Studio released for Windows Phone
Make high-quality time lapse videos
TimeLapse Studio is a new tool for capturing picture sequences and producing time lapse MP4 videos. The app has a modern design and full manual controls for great results.
Once the app is opened you will see the home screen with a simple menu – start a new, delete an old project, or import photos from other sources. After creating a new project you will be taken to the camera page. Many DSLR-like controls are positioned on the left. Users can tweak focus, exposure, shutter speed, white balance, ISO and resolution, or leave some of the settings on Auto.
Controls for setting the time lapse intervals and more can be found at the bottom. Users can set a delayed start time, switch between front and rear cameras, and disable the video preview to save a bit of the battery. However, even with the preview disabled, my Nokia Lumia 1020’s battery got drained by 20% in 20 minutes.
After finishing capturing the photos, you will be taken to the edit project page for trimming, applying one of the many filters, and finally encoding the video. Frames per seconds and video resolution can be changed before pressing the ‘create video’ button. Finally, all video projects can be played directly from TimeLapse Studio, or shared through other apps installed on the phone.
You can test the app right now – it is free for sequences up to 60 frames, while unlocking unlimited frames costs $1.99.