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Has anyone tried Microsoft Research Hyperlapse for videos?

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by Jim Lewallen, May 18, 2015.

  1. Jim Lewallen

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    So, notification of biased post in advance, I know some of the team that worked on the Hyperlapse project, and while they weren't initially targeting flying camera platforms, I thought it might be fun for us to experiment with.

    http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/projects/hyperlapseapps/#pro

    Hyperlapse is designed to smooth out handheld shaky cam videos from things like a go pro. I'm not sure how it would handle jello but I thought I'd see if any of you have tried it and had any feedback for the team.

    --jim
     
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  3. Jim Lewallen

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    I would like to do 360 VR panoramas with photos from my P3P.
    Any suggestions on what tools to use? I'm on Apple computers.
    Thanks in advance!
     
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    It is a nice simple tool. The Microsoft watermark is a downer. I hear is will be removed after the product exits the Preview phase.
     
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    Hyperlapse won't have much use for aerial videography. I've used it for helmet cam video (go Karts and biking) and for dash-cam mounted go pro scenic drive videos. It works incredibly well for that sort of thing. Super super simple interface. Select video (camera make/model/setting are automatically imported) and you select the "speed up rate" and click go. A few minutes later you have a hyperlapse.
    Zinnware hits on the reason I haven't uploaded any. The watermark is annoying. Once it's out of beta-testing and that goes away I'll be re-doing some of my videos for youtube.