Announcing our new Timelapse Video feature!

  • 29 September 2023
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Userlevel 3

You asked, and we delivered! This new desktop feature will let you generate timelapse videos of a single location, with options for both fixed and rotating perspectives.

How can you use these videos? Let us count the ways: 


For starters, now you can share the great work you’re doing with friends and colleagues on LinkedIn, Facebook, and other platforms in a way that just wasn’t feasible before. Get ready for the applause when everyone can see your accomplishments in a new, vivid way.


Your Marketing team will be thrilled to have these videos for branding purposes so that they can showcase your company as a pioneering, innovative builder that utilizes the best and newest technology. 


Your Sales team can also use the videos to edge out your competitors and win more bids by giving them a taste of what it will be like to work with you. You can also share timelapse videos with owners on current projects to keep them updated on your progress—which builds greater trust and can also even land you more jobs with the owners you’re already working with.


Finally, the videos offer a particularly helpful way for Admins and power users to quickly share what their OpenSpace experience has been like with other teams looking to use OpenSpace for their projects. This leads to secure broader usage of OpenSpace across their portfolios by building trust based on visual confirmation. Having more users translates into greater consistency, accuracy, collaboration, and efficiency. 


The Timelapse Video feature is available in OpenSpace Capture right now. We can’t wait to see what you do with it. Please tag OpenSpace on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn so we can see your brilliant work!


A special thank you to @Luis Vindel and @Mukesh and everyone else at Nibbi Brothers General Contractors for allowing us to feature your project in our video!

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Userlevel 1

Great feature! Is there a way to add a time/date stamp to the timelapse so it gives the viewer some perspective?