Once you’ve got all your shots, it’s time to put them together into a short movie. Open an editor of your choice (e.g. KineMaster on iPhone and Android), and roll up your sleeves. You can do as little or as much as you want, depending on how creative you’re feeling. Even though you’ve captured a still video, you can add movement to it by using the crop tool. This will make it look like the camera is panning. Adding a song that reflects the mood of the capture is well worth it to really pull viewers in. Finally, adding sound effects, such as wind whooshing, birds chirping, or water splashing, to match what you’ve captured can add an extra dimension to your timelapse.