Lapse It Pro, an iOS Timelapse App that offering Focus Lock, Exposure Lock & White Balance Lock that can create Flickering free Timelapse video
I have previously tried to use a couple of TimeLapse Apps on the iOS device. Such as iTimelapse Pro, OSnap! Timelapse & Stop Motion, Timelapse Free. Each of them have their own Pros & Cons and I have stick to using iTimelapse Pro for the features i like among them. The few things I been hoping to see in iOS Timelapse program is to have the feature to have at least Exposure lock to prevent flickering, WB lock to prevent color changes in frame to frame and last but not least, focusing lock to prevent shaky feel when the phone focus differently.
Since I am not really happy with the Timelapse from iTimelapse, I haven’t done much with the phone and revert to Timelapse on dSLR. This changes lately when I came across a limited time free download for the Lapse It Pro app that claimed to have the feature to lock for Exposure, Focusing and White Balance. Downloaded the apps immediately but never have the chance to try it until today.
There are 3 selection from the Main page of Lapse It Pro. Starting a new timelapse project, browsing the galleries for previously capture / render projects & setting page for all the common setting.
There is also an option for the user to set the backlight brightness level during timelapse to increase battery life
The “More” setting before starting a new Timelapse allows you to select if to lock the Exposure, Focus and White Balance or to select continuous. Lapse It Pro also added a “Touch Adjust” feature for you to pick a spot in your composition as the Exposure, WB and Focus target.
Below are the short TimeLapse video I did using Lapse It Pro. I did not off the Phone during the lapse and my wife called me in the middle of capturing. I accidentally changed the tripod position also when I answered the phone. A little feature they have built in is the ability to resume the timelapse after the answering the phone.
Another issue I had is the video is in a different orientation which I could not rotate them into Landscape mode. I have to try again to see if there are something that I did wrong. This video is the results of exporting all images into PC, rotate them and render them in the PC.
• Native version both for iOS and Android
• Powerful and blazing fast render engine
• Well designed UI improving visual and usability
• Capture resolution up to 1080p on the Pro version
• Capture interval starting at one second
• Cool effects applied while capturing or before rendering
• No restrictions for capture length or frames
• On screen information during capture
• Upload directly to YouTube, Facebook and many others
• Easily adjustable settings