Cameras can be configured to automatically take photos every so often (say every 30 seconds) and through this they generate a sequence of photographs.
This sequence of photographs can be played back-to-back to make what is called a Time Lapse Video
. It's a computer generated version of a movie that is made up from that sequence of photos.
Watching a time lapse video is like watching a sped-up version of the scene the camera was filming.
You'll have seen clips in movies where clouds moving quickly across the sky or the sun rises, travels its path and sets again in a few short seconds - these are the movie industry's versions of time lapse videos.
If you have such a webcam, JpgMovie can help you create dynamic time lapse videos from it saving you the time and effort it would take you to create a fresh video every day.
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OR: Learn how to make time lapse video