Sequence makes it easy to quickly assemble a video from your timelapse photos
Keyframed White Balance New
Set one or more keyframes to adjust the temperature and tint and Sequence will interpolate the values in-between the keyframes.
The deflickering engine removes most flicker introduced from shooting in aperture or shutter priority.
Project Documents New
All your time lapse adjustments are saved in a project document and you can easily add or remove photos from multiple folders or individual files.
Render & Export
Export a folder of timelapse photos with ease to a number of formats, such as the industry standard H.264 and Apple ProRes, or as resized images.
Scrub quickly through photos and preview them as you go, whether it's the original or deflickered photos.
Full RAW & 4K support
Sequence reads most RAW formats, and will gain support for new ones when OS X does. And of course Sequence supports rendering to 4K resolutions and beyond.
Built for speed
Multicore flicker analysis and GPU-based rendering makes Sequence fast.
Built for you and your Mac
Retina graphics. 64 bit. Fullscreen support. Cocoa all the way down.
Share timelapses directly to Vimeo or share by Email, AirDrop or Instant Message.
Autosave & Versions New
Full support for Mountain Lion document features such as Autosave and Versions.
Support & questions
The current version of Sequence is 2.0.3, see what's new. Updates are available through the Mac App Store app on your Mac or checked automatically for by the app, if you've purchased Sequence from the Frosthaus Store.
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