Persecond
Persecond
1.4.6

3.4

Persecond free download for Mac

Persecond1.4.6

21 December 2019

Timelapse video made easy.

Overview

Persecond is the easy, fun way to create a beautiful timelapse video. Import an image sequence from any camera, trim the length of your video, adjust the speed and playback direction, and you’re done. Export in broadcast quality or import to Flixel Cinemagraph Pro and create an amazing timelapse+cinemagraph hybrid video. It’s magical visual storytelling at its best.

Features
  • Drag-and-Drop. - Drag-and-drop or browse for an image set; Persecond sorts them automatically.
  • Quick Edit. - Trim your in and out points, set the play direction, and pick a speed.
  • Done. - That’s it--export in HD or broadcast quality or upload and share.

Note: The trial app puts a watermark on the result video

What's new in Persecond

Version 1.4.6:
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements

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How would you rate Persecond app?

11 Reviews of Persecond

1.5
Bleech-Jef
28 April 2019
Version: 1.4.4

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Doesn't really cut the bill. Incredible slow, only imports images, exported movie has bad time stamps which can be seen in the QT player X when scrolling through the movie and on top, it is way too expensive.
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1.5
Bleech-Jef
28 April 2019
Version: 1.4.4
Doesn't really cut the bill. Incredible slow, only imports images, exported movie has bad time stamps which can be seen in the QT player X when scrolling through the movie and on top, it is way too expensive.
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Helmo-Hass
27 September 2017
Version: 1.1
You sure are funny guys. Tell me why should this application only require 10.13? Sure enough we wont see any update for those who are not willing to upgrade to a System not really essential , with plenty of bug and security flows... You just lost my interest, Welcome Microsoft Hyperlapse,
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0.5
cavey1732
11 September 2015
Version: 1.0.2
I purchased Persecond. The registration window does not accept my license when I drag and drop it. In fact it will not accept any input at all. I tested it anyway and it produced am mp4 video that did not correspond to the photos I input. It is a waste of money. and I would like a refund.
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pietz
04 September 2015
Version: 1.0.2
Persecond makes it very simple to convert photos to a timelapse video. You can control the speed, in & out points as well as reverse the timelapse. Sadly, this is really all it does and therefore a price of $25 seems pretty expensive to me. Or to phrase it the other way around: For $25 i expected it to do much more.

Especially because its features arent very useful in the first place. You can easily control in and out points by inly importing those pictures you want to use and reverting a timelapse is nothing i ever needed. In the speed control department it missed the only feature i needed: selecting between 24, 25 and 30fps export format. i mean, you cant even control the resolution of the final video nor the quality or size...

Why not grab Timelapse Assembler for free and donate a couple of bucks to the developer? It does more and costs nothing at all. Persecond is a one feature rich $25 application that looks pretty. Sorry, for my harsh words, but this price tag is just absurd to me.
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Denisbalibouse
31 August 2015
Version: 1.0.2
Not working for me with a 1000 pics. I get the wheel of death and must force quit. Oh well ...
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4.5
rlendvai
26 August 2015
Version: 1.0.1
My new goto app on the Mac for doing a timelapse video. Takes the complexity completely out of the process and makes it really fast and easy to do.
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5
Ken-Nickerson
26 August 2015
Version: 1.0.1
By far the best way to create timelapse on the Mac!
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rajeev-abr
26 August 2015
Version: 1.0.1
Purchased one, but am not being able to register it. Its asking for the license file to be dragged and dropped into a box. Please advice how this needs to be done??
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Yokkun-mac
26 August 2015
Version: 1.0.1
I've purchased it. Where is the license file located?
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AndreasT
26 August 2015
Version: 1.0.1
Would have bought it if it supported Mavericks. I question the business logic behind the decision to only support the latest OS version. I doubt there are valid technical reasons but please do tell. Lots of pro users hang back upgrading the OS for as long as possible on their production machines.
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MacUpdate-Ishaq
25 August 2015
Version: 1.0.1
Having used various platforms for editing and creating timelapses, it's become clear that Persecond is the way to go. It's an extremely easy application for getting your final product done quickly. The simple interface is welcoming to beginners but also flexible enough to engage experienced pro users. Its only downfall is that it could have more special effect options that are delivered with the same amount of ease that the app provides in its current setup. Overall, it's the easiest way to end your search for a great timelapse-making app.
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