With Time Lapse mode, you can accelerate slow moving events with video. This is done by recording the frames per second over a long period of time, allowing you to capture hours of video to be played back in a fraction of the time.
- To access time Lapse Mode, connect to your camera with the V.360 Companion Application.
- In your mode selector bar, swipe left from “Video” setting to “Time-lapse”. Your camera is now set for Time Lapse mode.
- Click on the settings icon to open the Time Lapse settings. You can set the time interval for each time lapse image. The default time interval is 2 seconds which will snap a picture frame every 2 seconds.
- Before recording, you have the option to choose whether you want to see a live stream of the Time-lapse or have it off. To change the settings, click on the live stream viewer button. The eye with a line across it means that the live stream viewer is off. If the eye has no line across it that means that live stream viewer is on.
- To record, all you have to do is press the Video Button on the remote control or the Clock Button on the Companion Application.
- To view your Time Lapse video, click on the media gallery and you will see the clock icon on the file indicating it is a Time Lapse Video.
Please Note: The Time Lapse interval impacts the length of your video. A normal video records at 30 Frames Per Second. So every second you record you get 30 video frames. With the time lapse setting of 2 seconds, you record one frame every two seconds. In one minute you would have 30 frames which would equal 1 second of video. If you are going to shoot a 30 second time lapse video you would need to shoot 30 minutes of time lapse video.