Second Hyperlapse test.

Second Hyperlapse test. I've been waiting for this to come out for months. It really does make sped-up bike video look almost watchable, though, ironically, YouTube said it looked a little shaky and offered to clean it up ;-)

The center point of the video wanders back and forth oddly, as Hyperlapse tries to find the focus of the shot. In the thumbnail shot, you can see how Hyperlapse chooses to include far more of the left of the shot than the right. You can see this even more dramatically when I go under a bridge; the shot slams right over.

All that said, I'm looking forward to applying this to some drone shots. If I hadn't lost my drone to a waterfall….


Slightly longer test of Microsoft Hyperlapse on the way home tonight. Hyperlapse is supposed to smoo

Published by


Web developer for a Connecticut-based insurance company that's over 200 years old! Also a bicycler, a blogger, a kayaker, and a hunter of bridges.

One thought on “Second Hyperlapse test.”

  1. That’s really effective. I haven’t been able to watch most of your bike or drone footage because it induces motion sickness very quickly (and I’m usually not at all prone to motion sickness from watching video). The Hyperlapse version by contrast feels much smoother and I was able to watch the whole thing with no problems at all.

Comments are closed.