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MacMost Now 839: iPhone Time-Lapse Photography
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Case Star. Search Amazon for "Case Star Tripod" and it comes right up.
Great find - thanks for the great heads up!
Just a minor suggestion if you are going to use your iPhone for time lapse video. Put the iPhone in airplane mode that way no incoming calls, notifications, reminders, etc. will come in could disrupt the flow of the video capture.
Good idea. In my case I was using an old iPhone without a mobile connection. Same as an iPad or iPod touch. But I suppose you can still receive messages if you don't do this.
Presumably the device is plugged into the mains to keep it charged????
Thanks for all the excellent videos Gary - always something new to learn or explore!
Yes. I kept it plugged in.
Hi Gary. Thanks for the time lapse recording tutorial. I think this was asked many times so my apologies but how are you recording the screen of your iOS device?
Excellent video. I hope it will work on my iPod; I'll give it a try!
Thanks for the info.
Cool Gary! As always and so consistently, you come through with great stuff. That's why I subscribe and others who value creativity and productivity should also.
Really enjoy your work, thought I saw you a while back - but with that park, we live in the same hood. Going to use this alot.
Much prefer the new podcast icon - always thought the old scruffy drawing didn't convey the really interesting and seriously helpful nature of your podcasts. They're great - a must watch!!! Thank you!
What is that stand called? K Star, case star? Kay star? I can't find it online at all. Thank you.