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PostPosted: Sat May 12, 2018 7:27 am 
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Here’s a separate but related question that I thought the LumaFusion community might be able to answer for me....

Does anyone know of an app or method for assembling a timelapse video from a series of stills using iOS? I know there are many programs and methods for doing it on MAC OS or Windows. But, in my quest to work “iOS only”, I’d like to find a way to assemble a time lapse video from a series of stills (up to several hundred), preferably without needing to load all of those images onto the iPad (Gnarbox...are you listening?). Does anyone know of an app or method to do this?

Thanks in advance.


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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2018 7:36 pm 
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I would also like to be able to do this.

I want to import a lot of photos from “photos” app in IOS (i.e select all the photos in a created folder) and select the ‘pasue/delay’ between each photo (i.e 0.1 second between each photo) and apply this setting to all photos imported into the video timeline.

Then be able to export the video in 4k to the “photos” app or youtube.

The only app that can currently do this is “oSnap” (you need to buy the import photos from camera roll via in app purchases). However the limitataion is that it cant create 4k video.


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