Current Version: 2.0.5
Last Updated: 5 years ago
Download Size: 4.6 MB - Download
Sequence is the ultimate tool for time lapse photographers. Painlessly assemble time lapse movies from your photos, deflicker and adjust the white balance using keyframes.
Using Sequence you can easily put together a timelapse movie from your photos and preview it with a familiar timeline interface. Export to a number of industry-standard video formats including H.264 and Apple ProRes or right back out as resized JPG, TIFF or PNG images.
Sequence comes with a powerful deflickering engine engine that will analyze your photos and select the optimal brightness correction for each image. It even renders a graph of both the original and the deflickered values so you can see how smooth and flicker-free it'll make your time lapse.
You can also adjust the white balance using keyframes, so you can add a warm feeling to your time lapse that slowly ramps up over time or any other kind of temperature and tint adjustment.
- Timeline based preview
- White balance adjustments using keyframes
- Export as video encoded as H.264, uncompressed and Apple ProRes in any size and frame rate
- Export as images in TIFF, JPG or PNG in any size
- Multicore and GPU based rendering
- Full RAW & 4K support
- Share to Vimeo
Fixed El Capitan compability issues. Improved handling of missing autosave projects and other bug fixes.
Most Helpful Reviews
excellent app that’s come a long way - this app looked dreamy when I first saw it on the app store, finally a decent replacement for using the old quicktime pro’s image sequencing to make my timelapses easily with whatever framerate I want. This app has received constant updates for a very long time and is running really smoothly in it’s current build. I just assembled a massive timelapse with 13,000 photos and it didn’t take longer than 20 minutes from initial loading to final render. It gives you every render option, from resolution, to file type (prores, h.264). Seriously a great app if you do this sort of stuff. thank you to the developers for making a fantastic app that is sexy to see and a joy to use. Keep the updates coming. love, new frosthaus fan
Not a lot of control over image for $35. Limited deflicker effect. - Very basic - needs some more basic functions to be really useful: 1.) Overall exposure keyframing 2.) show the exposure graph when deflicker is not selected. 3.) give choices about the amount of deflicker to apply, and show a graph of what deflickering is applied per frame/unit; not just an average exposure across the duration 4.) More choices than just fill or fit for scaling; in fact how about keyframing of the scaling? 5.) Didn’t do a very good job of deflickering. The situation: T2i on magic lantern bulb ramping (this ML feature did a lot of clearly visible exposure stepping). While Sequence did reduce the flickering; it didn’t eliminate it. Also seeing that Sequence could actually graph the exposure steps makes me think that it could also have responded specifically to each exposure step/shift along the way rather than (what it appears to do) average out the exposures over the duration. for $35 It doesn’t do much more than the $5 app made for ingesting timelapse from a sequence of stills. I see potential, but not there yet...
More Reviews for Current Version
Crashes on 2015 Macbook Air - This app used to be great but needs a compatibility update or something to fix the problems. It keeps crashing or rendering out the first 30-40 frames and then nothing but black after that. Please update!
Crashes on my old iMac - I have an older iMac (mid 2007) and Sequence keeps crashing while processing the images. It didn’t do this before the last update; it worked great before that.
crashes on 2014 macbook - MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Mid 2014), Yosemite 10.10.5 Crashes a lot. Usually after an export but I have seen it do weird things at different times. I can still usually manage to get it to do it’s thing, but pretty annoying to go through a crash every movie.
Crashes on my mid 2012 Retina MBP, works fine on my late 2015 iMac. - This app worked great on my mid 2012 Retina MBP for a long time. After not using it for a while I found that it no longer works, crashes immediately on launch, an error message flashes up but is gone before I can read it. Works fine on my late 2015 iMac running same OS as the MBP. (10.11.4). I have restarted the MBP several times, deleted and reinstalled the app to no effect. I emailed the developer for support but never heard back. I can’t reccomend this app because of the absence of support.
Simple, Yet powerful. - I have been using this app for occasional TL and it work just fine on small project. With more than 3000 photos (2~3mb each) the app will not work… nothing happen. Contacted the support the 15th and I have not heard from them yet…