Chronolapse (CL) is a tool for creating time lapses on windows using screen captures, webcam captures, or both at the same time. CL also provides some rudimentary tools for annotating your time lapse, as well as creating a picture-in-picture effect with two sets of images. Each piece of CL functionality has been created to work stand-alone to make the program more versatile. For example, you can easily capture with another program and create a PIP in CL, or capture with CL and annotate somewhere else.
Chronolapse is hosted at Google code. Visit the project page for more information.
Chronolapse is provided under the MIT license, so you can use it to create personal or commercial time lapses to your heart’s content.
- 1.0.4 – (04/20/2011)
- - added a rough and dirty threading implementation for the mencoder call — trying to fix hang in GUI form
- - changed popen to just pop up a window with output — was hanging on mencoder call with no window to print to
- - fixed update check code
- 1.0.3 – (12/23/2010)
- - fixed a bug with times under 1 second being fired 1000 times too fast
- - silently fails if set to capture 2 monitors but they are duplicated
- - added system wide hotkey — doesnt seem to work right in wx so it is only part implemented
- - added audio tab to dub audio onto your timelapse
- - added a drop shadow option for annotations
- - added a schedule tab for scheduling starts and/or stops
- 1.0.2 – (12/21/2010)
- - removed short sighted dependence on kml.pyc
- - added -a flag for autostarting
- - added minimizing to tray option
- - added rotate option and changed resize tab to adjust tab
- - fixed dual monitor support to work with any orientation or relative resolution
- 1.0.1 – (9/30/2008)
- - fixed outputting video to path with spaces – used a bit of a hack for mencoder to work — issue 1
- 1.0.0 – Initial Release (9/29/2008)