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LapseItPro takes real pictures rather than videos like other apps do though it haven't been updated since 2014, or you can try Microsoft Hyper Laps which also should be decent though haven't tried it.
I use LapseIt Pro, it's cheap, it works, it's a sufficient upgrade over the Free version to validate the cost. Especially since I think I paid for it once, 3-4 years ago.
Put my phone (nexus 5x) in this tripod and I use this app. It's pretty straightforward from there!
go to the google play store - search for the app called 'lapse it' �� and download it - open the app, configure number of shots per second and start shooting.
Here is the link to the app just in case: [link]
If you can leave your phone in a steady position or have it steadily move on a slider Lapse It Pro is your best bet.
There's a free version that works well too.
Also, Facetune is great for editing selfies.
That is awesome dude! A dedicated app might help, I know you said you were on IOS, and this is an Android app but when I want to lapse when I dont have my camera gear with me this app works wonders.
I hope there is an IOS version or equivalent.
I used the app LapseIt Pro for android. [link]
For this one I set it to take pics every 2 seconds at full resolution with my S10. Then I copied the pics to my PC and used adobe premiere to turn the pictures into a video. You can use any video editor that lets you import pictures for this step.
The app can render the pictures to video natively but it comes out a lot better if you do that part with a proper video or photo editor.
I bought cheap android phones (Like 20-50 bucks plus old ones I had knocking about) and the pro version of lapseit https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ui.LapseItPro&hl=en
There are a few options about
For a timelapse to look good - you need a static of multiple static cameras... - not just try to stictch together random shots
I'm a fan of Lapse It Pro. It is a 3rd party app. It takes photos at a customized frequency. Then does the render into a video file. Allows you to set the resolution of the frams from 360p, 480p 720p 1080P or the full sensor. You can also select the FPS of your desired video too. I haven't used a tri-pod yet.
Here is a highly compressed timelapse video I took using this app on my Nexus 6 the quality is actually much better. I Compressed it down to minimize the file size to 32 mb (waiting for my pixel which arrives TOMORROW! Quite Black 128GB XL Ordered 12/15 through Project Fi)
Keep in mind this was taken through a pane of glass, with the phone just sitting on the windowstill for an hour taking 1200 photos.
I've been able to get some pretty good results with my stock lens (although was only able to shoot for 10 seconds before star trailing appeared)
All I was using was an intervalometer and a tripod.
Here's the result I managed to get after processing all the frames in Lightroom and then arranging as a timelapse:
These were all shot with a Canon Rebel t3i in Manual mode with the following settings:
10 sec exposure
25mm focal length
I'm hoping to upgrade to a wide angle lens at some point to be able to get longer exposure and wider shots, but for now this is working very well for me.
Edit: For software I used Lapse It Pro and just transferred the finished photos from my computer to my phone, used Lapse It Pro to create a timelapse and then transferred it back again. There is a free version too, although I'm not sure of the limitations.
I prefer Lapse It Pro there is also a free version, I made this with it on a 5 year old tablet.
Lapse It pro is pretty decent on Android. [link]
I'd suggest trying something like 'Lapse It' app on the Play store.
Allows you to capture time-lapse videos.