Creating timelapse videos is something that many users in Europe want. There are apps on Android to do this, even some like the Google Camera have this option natively. HyperZoom is an app that goes beyond the conventional timelapse videos we all know.
The main objective of HyperZoom is the power to create timelapse videos with zoom effect. Instead of leaving the camera still and just moving the images, with this application we can create different videos, where the camera itself is moving, achieving this zoom effect.
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HyperZoom: create timelapse videos with zoom effect
HyperZoom’s premise isn’t too different to that of other applications on Android to achieve a timelapse. We will also take photos there from time to time and then stitch them together to make a video of this moment. What makes this app different is that the timelapse videos we create have a zoom effect, inspired by commercials or movies.
The interface of the application is simple, allowing any Android user to be able to create their timelapse without any problem. When we pull the trigger, the camera will take pictures from time to time. These are the photos that will be used later to create said video. The app also has video stabilization, which will help in case we haven’t always kept the camera straight while taking those photos.
We have several options for taking these photos, like the time interval, the type of focus or the aspect ratio. Once that’s set up, we’ll just have to take these photos accurately. The first few attempts may cost something, but you will soon have mastered the use of this app. Once you get this video, you can share it with other apps, in case you want other people to see it.
HyperZoom is an application that we can download for free in the play store
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