Enthusiasts have discovered the secret of time-lapse Time-Lapse in iOS 8




Time Lapse Time-Lapse become a key innovation of the camera in iOS 8. Its essence lies in the fact that after you click the iPhone begins to record video with a frequency lower than the standard rate of shooting and projection of 24 frames per second. As a result of the demonstration video at normal speed projection of an effect of acceleration of the motion – the illusion of greater speed of the processes. With this technology, any video shot 10, 20, or 120 minutes converted into a movie lasting 20-40 seconds. Studio Neat observers have discovered the secret of this function, calling it a very simple and elegant solution.


As stated at Apple, based Time-Lapse went “dynamically selected intervals.” Journalists to decipher what lies behind this mysterious combination of letters.

“What kupertinovtsy called dynamically selected intervals, is doubling the speed of creating frames and reduced imaging frequency doubled with an increase in the duration of the recording twice. It sounds complicated, but in reality it is a very simple process, “- said in Studio Neat. Enthusiasts have compiled a table matching the shooting Time-Lapse-Video depending on the duration of the recording.


In simple terms, the function Time-Lapse to save the two frames per second in a five-minute video, and 1 frame every 4 seconds with a 40-minute survey. Thus, duration of the clip, and another is 20 seconds.

In this case, users do not need to set the frequency of the shooting – Technology Time-Lapse in iOS 8 change this setting automatically. Index decreases as the duration of the recording.

See also:

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