This tutorial describes how you can quickly create a time-lapse movie using Street View imagery from Google Maps and publish it to YouTube in HD.
You can see how seasons change over a year in these interesting time-lapse videos.
This time-lapse video show how the cover of the MCLA Magazine (January 2010 issue_ was created.
This very interesting Time-Lapse video of Manhattan area in the New York City was made by Steven M. Bumgardner.
This time-lapse video captures every step that’s involved in designing a typical cover page for a computer magazine until publication.
You may feel that the people in the photographs are posing with a wax statue of Barack Obama at Madame Tussauds museum since the President is sporting a fairly consistent smile in every frame of the video.
This Time-Lapse video of Digg will help you visualize how stories move up and down with time on the Digg front page.
This tutorial shows how to create a time lapse video from digital photographs or screenshot images using software that’s already on your computer. The completed movies looks just like a flipbook.
Download a free license of Camtasia Studio 6 courtesy Techsmith. Some of the new features that I really enjoyed in Camtasia Studio 6 include that 3D Tilt Effect, HD quality video output, new hotkeys, YouTube support and more options for time-lapse animators.
Made this stop motion video by photographing some toy animals of my kid using the same technique as described in a previous tutorial on creating stop motion animation.
Create time-lapse movies with a digital camera or webcam and upload them to Flickr Video.