Announcing Timelapse.jl – frame interpolation for timelapse photography

A few years ago I wrote a python utility for interpolating a greater number of frames from a smaller set, for use in timelapse video/photography.

Recently, I’ve been trying to learn Julia. As a small challenge – to fulfil a potential forthcoming need – and because it claimed to be quite a fast language – I’ve rewritten the core of the script.

It’s quite refreshing – none of the gratuitous OO classes I had to create with Python, just a couple of functions to do the essential interpolation. And watching the output frames flash by… it’s pretty nippy, too.

It doesn’t yet support EXIF directly, nor can it modify images¬†directly on the fly, but if you want to have a play then go download it from Github:¬†https://github.com/spodzone/Timelapse.jl