From or IOS 8 Apple, in its native camera app, offers the ability to create interval.
For those who don’t know what it’s all about, the resource is to convert large (long-duration) footage into a shorter video. When looking at them, they end up feeling fast.
This format is widely used for capturing landscapes throughout the day; If you have an Apple Watch, you might have already seen it interval At work, since Apple Submit such an application With video clips recorded in some cities around the world.
How to make interval
To use the mode, open the Camera app on iPhone and swipe left until you find the option “interval”. In the case of an iPad, you can switch between modes by swiping from top to bottom.
The mode is recommended for use with the supported device somewhere or, preferably, with a tripod – since hand movements, even if they are minimal, can remove the “magic” from this effect.
When you are ready to record, click the red button. The secret is to keep recording for as long as possible so that the video is of good length; To give you an idea, one minute of captured content converts into just four seconds. The longer you allow it to take, the faster the effect will be.
If you have an iPhone or iPad with more than one camera, you can also use it to perform this capture. After capture, you can edit the video just like any other video in the Photos app (or in editing software like iMovie).
In addition to the native camera that offered this feature, some apps on the App Store offer this experience as well. This is the case for Hyperlapse, Instagram, Lapse It, and Skyflow.
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