Get To Know Our Apps: Time-Lapse
Since you ended up reading our blog, you likely know a thing or two about IP cameras. Way to go! However, some of you might be new to what we call “the world’s first app-store for IP cameras”. We decided to step in and try to make it as clear as possible in a few articles.
So this is the first blog post from a series where we are going to introduce our apps one by one, give you useful tips on what you can achieve with them and inspire you to explore new ways of using your IP camera.
Without further ado, let’s get into it and start with the first one, the Time-Lapse!
Time-lapse video from an IP camera? Really?
Yep. Most of you are probably used to creating time-lapse videos with a regular camera. We’re definitely not saying you should stop it right away, however…
… When we were working on our Time-Lapse app (in cooperation with our friends from 6artisans) the goal was pretty clear: come up with something that enables you to use your security camera with the same result, but with less hassle and more intuitive ways to work with the final “product”.
Did we succeed? Feel free to find out for yourself🙂
A bit of inspiration – this is where you find Time-Lapse useful
It’s not that we are trying to limit your fantasies, however, we found out that Time-Lapse users have several favorite “topics” that can inspire you:
- Open-air festivals. A time-lapse video from a 3-day summer festival looks just great!
- Construction sites. Time-lapse is a cool way to document the entire building process.
- Summer resorts. It turns out that many resort owners have gotten to like time-lapse videos to show how lively their place is during peak season.
Got more tips? Leave us a comment;)
As we said at the beginning, this is the first blog post from the series that has just started. In the upcoming weeks you are going to find out how one of the most prestigious Czech universities used Time-Lapse to document an event, what you should bear in mind when setting up a new recording, and we’ll also share some time-lapse best practices with you.