|Photo & Video
|iPhone, iPad, iPod
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.
* 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.
App can't stabilize with iPhone 12 Pro Max. The phone has been out for months now and Instagram can't be bothered to update this app? That is pathetic. Every year a new phone will come out. Please stop hard coding to what devices are supported and figure out a way for this to work every year. Because Apple will come out with new devices every year! Updated July 2020- Facebook/Instagram this is just sad. This could be a great app. Someone needs to wake up and fix it though. Unfortunately there is absolutely no way to contact Facebook/Instagram though.
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iPhone 12 does not support image stabilization for Hyperlapse. If you are trying for jerky videos, this app is perfect.
This is a great app!! Love how I can record and then preview which speed I’d like the video to be.
Used to be the greatest app. Now with iPhone 11 I get the above message and the videos are far from stabilized. Searched for answers and can find nothing. Too bod for such a great app.
It does what it’s supposed to and hasn’t been buggy. Not much more to say.
Too bad Facebook can’t be bothered to make this work with new devices. The video stabilization worked great on my iPhone X, now it says it’s not supported on the iPhone 12 Pro. So on newer devices, there aren’t any reasons to use this instead of just using the built in Time Lapse feature with iOS’s Camera app.
Why does app need to collect Health and Fitness and my Browser History (plus a lot more personal info) in order to function?
Really? 11 months without updates.