ChronoLapse

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  • Version: 1.0.7
  • Publisher: keeyai.com
  • File Size: 12.07 MB
  • Date: May 08, 2011
  • License: Free
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Free Download ChronoLapse 1.0.7

Create time lapses with the help of this utility. Chronolapse (CL) is a tool for creating time lapses on windows using screen captures, webcam captures, or both at the same time. CL also provides some rudimentary tools for annotating your time lapse, as well as creating a picture-in-picture effect with two sets of images. Each piece of CL functionality has been created to work stand-alone to make the program more versatile. For example, you can easily capture with another program and create a PIP in CL, or capture with CL and annotate somewhere else.

1. Schedule
On this tab you can schedule Chronolapse to start and stop capturing at specific times. When activated, end time will stop your capturing, even if it wasn't started with the start time scheduler. Note: All times are local to your machine.
The capture tab is where you set up and run the actual captures. Everything that happens in real time will be done here. You can estimate how much time is left before the next capture by the blue bar at the bottom; when it fills all the way up, another capture is saved. Note: The webcam library is only supported on windows, so you cannot use webcam captures outside of windows.

2. Schedule
On this tab you can schedule Chronolapse to start and stop capturing at specific times. When activated, end time will stop your capturing, even if it wasn't started with the start time scheduler. Note: All times are local to your machine.

3. Adjust
On this tab you can resize or rotate a folder of images. Simple select the source folder, the output folder, and the target size or rotation. Note, if you use the same folder for the source and the output, the source images will be overwritten.

4. Annotate
This tab is where you apply any annotations you created while capturing. See the Annotate and Add Annotation descriptions above.

5. PIP
Chronolapse can take two folders of images (say, from a synchronised webcam and screen capture time lapse) and merge them into a picture-in-picture composition. You have many options of size and position of the PIP, so experiment a little until you get the look you want. Note, CL sorts the images in both source folders by name then uses them sequentially, so be sure there are no extra image files lurking in the source folders that might affect your time lapse.

6. Video
Chronolapse uses MEncoder to encode the folders of images into video files. You have a few options for which codecs you want to use and what kind of video file to output. If you need more control over the encoding process, you should use MEncoder directly.

7. Audio
Chronolapse uses MEncoder to dub audio onto your video files. If you need more control over the dubbing process, you should use MEncoder directly.

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