Meet Microsoft Hyperlapse

    Meet Microsoft Hyperlapse

    Meet Microsoft Hyperlapse

    Meet Microsoft Hyperlapse, a new set of products that create smooth, stabilized time lapses from first-person videos. Microsoft’s hyperlapse technology is built on more than 20 years of research in computational photography.

    For consumers, Microsoft Hyperlapse Mobile turns any long video – from a bumpy bicycle ride to a family stroll in the park – into a short, distilled version easily shared with friends and family. For professional shooters and serious video enthusiasts, Microsoft Hyperlapse Pro creates a hyperlapse using a Windows computer from video shot on any camera or device – including drone footage. A third product, Hyperlapse for Azure Media Services, lets developers integrate hyperlapse options into websites and apps.

    You can download Microsoft Hyperlapse Mobile onto your Windows Phone today*.

    Read the full story on Microsoft Hyperlapse on Microsoft News Center – including how an idea born in the mountains became a reality – and check out the project website. Stay up to date on what’s happening with Microsoft Hyperlapse on their YouTube channel and Twitter.

    *Phones with 512MB of RAM cannot capture at HD resolutions. Windows Phone 8.0 or lower are not supported.

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  1. blackroseMD1's Avatar
    Posts : 2,139
    Windows 11 Beta channel

    A beta version is available for Android as well. In order to get it, you have to join the Hyperlapse community on Google+ ( and then you can click the link to the Play Store, select "Become A Tester" and then download the app to your device.

    This beta is limited to the following devices, running Android 4.4 or later:
    - Samsung Galaxy S5, S6, S6 Edge, Note 4
    - Google Nexus 5 & 6
    - HTC One M8 and M9
    - Sony Xperia Z3
    - Google Nexus 9 tablet
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  2. badrobot's Avatar
    Posts : 5,274
    Win 10 Pro x64

    Wow! Nice app! Thanks @Brink!

    I created a sample hyperlapse video at 8x the normal speed (1 min down to 9 sec video):

    Last edited by Brink; 15 May 2015 at 10:02. Reason: embedded video
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