Time Lapse Video on a Smart Phone

Use your iOS or Android Phone to make time lapse video. It worked for me, but I found existing footage for the project I needed. Bottom Line: I did not give it a full test, but from what I can tell, it’s a good program that does the job. Get Lapse It for your smart phone (http://www.lapseit.com/). There’s a free version and a pro version. Try out the free version first.




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