Create awesome time-lapse videos of your Mac screen.Watch how it works
Wojtek Witkowski, designer and web developer
Hustl has been upgraded to use the full power or the new Apple Silicon Macs, to squeeze all the native performance capabilities of a chip as advanced as the Apple M1. All of this while keeping a top notch performance for all Intel devices. So whether you own an Intel or a M1 Mac, you'll always use the full potential of Hustl.
Hustl 2 is finally here. Completely rewritten from scratch, it packs a ton of new features and has been updated for the newest macOS Big Sur – ready to rock 2021. We've listened carefully to your feedback, and we think you'll love the new stuff. More reliable and bug-free than ever, you're also going to experience the most efficient version yet: Hustl 2 has minimal performance impact on your computer. Relax and enjoy, you and your Mac will likely not even notice Hustl is doing its job.
Record one app, and only one app. Even if you're frequently tabbing and switching over from Photoshop to your browser. Set a specific app as a target and Hustl will prevent any other screens to be part of your time-lapse by automagically ignoring all other activity happening outside of your target app. This life saver will help you drastically cut down editing time – if any!
Crisp. Big. Fresh. Hustl 2 is adding support for the next generation of ultra high-definition video. With a capture area matching your monitor's size, Hustl can now export in up to 8K resolution. Enjoy the quality and the precision of every pixel on the screen. Details are now sharper than ever before – you'll never get a blurry time-lapse.
Sometimes the task at hand is just too big to get it done in one sit, and sometimes you just need a break to catch up with emails and browse social media away from the camera's eye. Hustl 2 lets you pause and resume your recording at any time, as many times as you need. Plus, you'll get useful stats about the time-lapse when you pause so you'll always feel in control over the final product.
You requested it, here it is. Go fullscreen in a single click, or even set up Hustl to record time-lapses in fullscreen mode by default. Or get to adjust every capture area with pixel perfect precision and aided by the tool to lock the aspect ratio. Your choice.
Adjust output video format and select export time: choose how long the time-lapse will be by changing the amount of frames per second (FPS) the output video will use. For example, if you recorded 8 hours at one screenshot every 10 seconds, you can choose your final time-lapse video to be 4min (at 12fps), 1.5min (at 30fps), 48 seconds (at 60fps)... condense it as much as you want, it's your choice!
Start taking your time lapses to the next level and show off your work like a pro.
Start doing what the pros do. Get to crush your goals and start becoming the designer you've always wanted to be. Hone your craft and improve your skill with every time-lapse. It's time to level up your game.
Hustl 2 has been a great improvement over version one. The ability to choose which screen to record, one-click select entire screen, select additional export resolutions, and limit recording to an individual app are all great features! Overall, it is much improved over Hustl 1! Thanks for updating the app and making it even more powerful!
Ricky Merrefield. Via Email
Pumped to try this on some projects!
Andrew Askins, Partner & CEO at Krit. Via PH
Been using Hustl for the past week and loving it
Tobin Schwaiger-Hastanan, Lead Developer at Knowledge Up. Via Twitter
Got it today and love it. Keep up the good work!
Edwin Kay, UI/UX designer. Via Twitter
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Legit I have been searching for this product for sooooo long
Jack Scott, web app maker. Via PH
This came god send ❤️ Literally instant buy 15 seconds after seeing it in Twitter – Used Quicktime & Screenflick before but they create huge files, slowed down the machine and editing afterwards was a pain
Jascha Brinkmann, indie maker. Via Twitter
Watch our community of artists, creatives, designers, illustrators, programmers and writers completely rocking it by using Hustl to record their work.