I did a nighttime hyperlapse the other week and got about 250 photos (I need to run it again and get about 400 photos). I assembled the photos using animation feature VSDC. It worked great, and I was able to produce about a 10 hyperlapse of city traffic in my area. The issue, the video is very shaky. VSDC has a stabilizing feature in their Pro version, and I was wondering if anybody has used this with success or failure. It’s only $20/year, and I might just buy it, but I’m a cheapskate and would like to know if it’s going to be worth the money.
I use for editing DAVINCI. It is free.
Hyperlapse works well only in low wind conditions. If it is windy, you will have to apply strong stabilization, what is not a good idea. I use warp stabiltzation of Premiere.
You´d better check the weather forecast and choose a better day.
Try applying google stabilization to your video. It’s free