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Extended Time Lapse Camera
Take extended time lapse videos from hours to days. Allows you to specify time interval and playback rate. Runs on older iPhones that do not have a time lapse option as part of the built in camera app. Saves videos in camera roll.
Fault tolerant design saves individual frames during image capture. Frames are assembled into a video as a separate step. This insures successful creation of a video should the device run out of power.
The latest version of the app provides an option for storing geo-coordinates (which can be turned off to conserve power).
There are two options for saving time lapse data:
In the first example, the app was used to record time lapse imagery over a several hour period in an underwater device known as an AquiPod. Operating in low power mode, the app can run for over a day on an iPhone 4 with attached power pack.
In the second example, a hiker uses the app to record a 2 mile walk. Location data is automatically captured and stored. Time lapse data is exported as a KMZ file. The following figures from Google Earth show the full track, keyframes (every 10-th frame), individual frames over a short section of track, and a full resolution image at a specific location.
Here's the time lapse played back using our Trek Video app.