Audio Track Support

Time-Lapse Tool software allows you to add an audio track to the video you create. The program supports this as a simple feature; you may only use one selected music file for each video file you create.

The time-lapse maker supports all major digital audio file formats:

  • Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) files. This is the default iTunes music files format.
  • Audio Interchange File Format (AIFF).
  • MP‑3 files.
  • MPEG‑4 Audio files.
  • Wave (WAV) files.
  • Windows Media Audio (WMA) files.
  • FLAC lossless audio files.
Time-Lapse Tool Main View

Time-Lapse Tool applies the most suitable audio stream format to the video you create based on the output format you select.

Using Audio Track Support

  • To add an audio track, just click the AUDIO button and the Audio Settings dialog box will appear.
  • In Audio Settings, click BROWSE..., then choose an audio file to use from the file dialog box.
  • START OFFSET slider allows you to shift the start of the audio track in the video so only the desired part of the track is used in the time-lapse video.
    Note: use the Preview button to find your desired start offset in the audio track. The currently playing position is shown with a yellow bar and marked within the slider. Just pause the audio and adjust the slider to the pause position.
  • FADE IN and FADE OUT sliders change the audio volume at the beginning and end of the time-lapse video.
    Note: The Preview button can be used to adjust the slider position. The currently playing position is shown with the mark beside the sliders. Just pause the audio and adjust the slider to a marked position.
    Note: The Preview button plays the audio only for the video duration of the current project and stops the sound once the end of your timeline is reached.
  • Click the Save button to save your audio setting changes and return to the time-lapse project view.
  • The AUDIO button is highlighted once you added an audio file to the project.
  • To stop using an audio track, click on the highlighted AUDIO button, uncheck the ENABLED box, then Save changes. The program stops playing the audio track with the video after you have completed these steps.
  • Our time lapse software applies the selected audio to the preview as well, to give you an idea of how the audio will sound in the time-lapse video.
Audio track setting for Time-Lapse Tool

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