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Litchi IOS and camera settings for hyperlapse

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by xbiron, Jan 11, 2016.

  1. xbiron

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    Hi guys,

    I want to by Litchi for IOS to do some hyperlapse. I've seen that this version supports waypoints and interpolation that is great to perform some nice hyperlapse.
    But, on the youtube's videos that I found on IOS, I don't see the camera settings button. Do you know if we can set the camera settings ? Like the shutter speed, ISO, and the repeated delay between each photos ?
    Or is it a features to come ?

    Thanks guys.

    Xavier
     
  2. KAD

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    I just downloaded Litchi the other day and no camera settings. This is on my I pad. Hope they do an update.
     
  3. Sagebrush

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    It's on the Android version, according to Litchi: Help - Litchi

    Hopefully it'll be updated on the IOS version soon.

    T
     
  4. xbiron

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  5. Tony Clixby

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    I believe you set the camera settings using the DJI Go app. The settings are then saved to the copter and Litchi them
     
  6. xbiron

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    These settings including the exposure meter are now available in litchi iOS
     
  7. Rothgarr

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    I had never heard of hyperlapse until this thread. I looked it up and came across this:


    The effect is really cool!
    That software appears to be available here for Win/Mac/Android:
    Microsoft Hyperlapse - Microsoft Research

    I might just pick that up for other projects