Time lapse videos are sped up to show longer footage in a shorter period of time. For example, you can record the sun rising and use time lapse to show all of your footage in seconds.
To shoot a video with Hyperlapse:
- Tap the circle at the bottom of the app. While recording, you'll see a timer on the left that shows how long your recording is and a timer on the right that shows how long your video will be once it’s sped up.
- Tap the circle again to stop recording.
- Use the slider to choose a speed for your video. By default, speed will be set at 6x.
- Tap the checkmark in the top right to save the video to your device's camera roll. When you shoot a time lapse video with Hyperlapse, your footage will be instantly stabilized to give it a cinematic look.
You can use your front-facing camera to shoot a video of yourself. Tap to switch the camera to front-facing (“selfielapse”) and if you change your mind, tap it again to return to regular Hyperlapse. Keep in mind that you can’t switch between selfielapse and Hyperlapse while recording a video.
Upgrade or download Hyperlapse in the App Store.
Hyperlapse allows you to choose different speeds. By default, videos are set to 6x. A 6x speed means that your Hyperlapse video will be 6 times faster than its original recording. For example, a 60-second video at 6x would end up being 10 seconds long after it’s sped up.