Here in this guide you can get the clear information about how to access Hyperlapse’s hidden settings for creating time lapse videos. The large part of Hyperlapse’s charm is its simplicity that lets you create a time-lapse video with a few taps of your finger and if you want more control of your output, the app has a hidden Labs feature where you can adjust a number of settings, including resolution, frame rate, and various sound levels.
Here are the steps hyperlapse’s hidden settings
- Initially you need to launch the app and then to perform four quick on the screen with four fingers. It may take some attempts before you get you the hag of it.
- The fingers using should not be too close together and the taps should be quick and not too deliberate.
Inside the Hyperlapse Labs, you can adjust the resolution, frame rate, and a number of sound levels and also we can enable an option to save un-stabilized videos to your camera roll, enter calibration mode and turn on something called Hyperlapse Extreme.
This Hyperlapse Extreme adds two extra playback speed settings 24X and 40X which will be useful for the very long videos. You can the resolution settings from 720 pixel to 1080 pixel while the frame rate settings lets you can move from 30 fps to 24 fps.
The background+ Library settings saves un-stabilized videos to raw Hyperlapse album in your camera roll. As for the calibration mode it appears that it lets you tweak the exposure level without saving the test video to your phone. Below these settings are a number sliders to adjust a number of sound levels, but be warned and they are in great number with seemingly purposefully vague descriptions. so adjust them at your peril.