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On My iPhone…Instagram Hyperlapse - easily create time-lapse videos

 
 On My iPhone…Instagram Hyperlapse - easily create time-lapse videos
 
 
From the maker's of Instagram -- easily record and create motion-stabilized time-lapse videos on your iPhone or iPad. I did the quick test video yesterday as we travelled in the car to and from my son's school. The first success was that the app never crashed -- something I can't say about the original Instagram app on my iPhone4s. Secondly, the app smoothed out even the bumpiest parts of the video into an enjoyable time-lapse that caught a unique perspective of our trip. I think that Hyperlapse will become a very useful app for many as it produces great, interesting results almost effortlessly.
 
 

 

 
 
From the iTunes App Store...

Create amazing time lapse videos with Hyperlapse. Using Instagram’s in-house stabilization, Hyperlapse shoots polished time lapse videos that were previously impossible without bulky tripods and expensive equipment.

When you shoot a time lapse video with Hyperlapse, your footage will be instantly stabilized to smooth out the bumps from the road and give it a cinematic feeling. Capture an entire sunrise in 10 seconds—even from the back of a moving motorcycle. Walk through the crowds at an all-day music festival, then distill it into a 30 second spot. Capture your bumpy trail run and share your 5k in 5 seconds.

Features:

* Shoot handheld time lapse videos in motion— while you're walking, running, jumping or falling.
* Smooth out your video for cinematic quality with automatic stabilization.
* Speed up your hyperlapse to be up to 12 times the speed.
* Share your videos seamlessly on Instagram and Facebook or save them to your camera roll to share anywhere, anytime.
* Start filming immediately with a simple design that gets out of the way of your creativity
* Download and start capturing. No sign up or account required.

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