Special Playback Functions

What can I do with Time Lapse Movie?
This function creates a Time Lapse Movie up to 10 minutes long by combining snapshots shot with this camera on a particular date, in the order they were shot.
Movies cannot be included in a Time Lapse Movie.

1. In the PLAY mode, touch Show Icons.
2. Touch “Edit icon”.
3. Touch the “Time Lapse icon”.
    • Touching the "Information" icon will display a detailed explanation about image editing functions.
      Flick upwards or downwards on the monitor screen until "Time Lapse Movie" is displayed, and then touch its icon.
4. Select how images should be chosen for conversion to a  Time Lapse Movie.
    • Date : Create a Time Lapse Movie for a specific date.
    • Interval Group : Create a Time Lapse Movie for group of Interval Shooting images.
5. Touch “Setting icon”.
6. Touch an item and then change its setting.
Playback Speed Specify the playback time of each image. Selecting “Slow” specifies a longer playback time for each image, while “Fast” specifies a shorter playback time.
Music Select the background music you want to use.

7. After settings are the way you want, touch “Back icon” to return to the screen in step 5.
8. Use (touch) the up and down arrows to display the recording date or Interval Shooting of the images you want to use to create a Time Lapse Movie.
9. Touch “Yes”.
This creates and displays the Time Lapse Movie.
   • Touching “Cancel” while creation of a Time Lapse Movie is in progress will cancel the creation process.
     No Time Lapse Movie is saved if cancel the creation process part way through.

• A Time Lapse Movie is Full HD movie quality, with an aspect ratio of 16:9. If an image with an aspect ratio that is not 16:9 is incorporated into a Time Lapse Movie, the top and bottom of the image will be cropped as required.
• If a portrait orientation image is incorporated in to a Time Lapse Movie, there will be black bands on the left and right of the image.
• When there is a large number of images, this function will stop processing when the Time Lapse Movie reaches a length of 10 minutes.
  Subsequent images will not be converted to a Time Lapse movie.
• When an Interval Snapshot operation spans different days, only the images on the specified recording date are included in the Time Lapse Movie.
• Highlight Photos and Highlight Movies are not included in Time Lapse Movies.
• The following message may appear when remaining battery power is low: "Battery power is low. This function is disabled". If this happens, charge the camera's built-in battery.
• Depending on the number of files and other factors when a Time Lapse Movie is being created, the creation operation may take some time.
• The message "Memory Full" will appear if there is not enough memory to store files during creation of a Time Lapse Movie. If this happens, delete files you no longer need.

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