The Timewarper mode changes the interval between each frame rather than changing the exposure. So that you can speed up or down some parts of your time-lapse video. This mode has 3 parameters and a warper setting.
Interval: This parameter defines the duration between each frame. The Interval can have a value from 13 milliseconds up to 100 hours.
Exposure: This value defines the exposure value for each photo. You can set a custom exposure up to 100 hours in milliseconds.
Frame: This parameter defines how many pictures are to be taken. You can set the frame number up to 99999. If you set the frame number to 0, this will mean that the time-lapse will continue until you stop it.
Warper Setting: This area allows you to change the speed of the timelapse by changing the interval for the specified area. The whole timelapse process is divided into 10 equivalent range by default. You can change the speed of each area by changing the interval. The longer the interval you set, the faster the video in this range.
Preview: Goes to Timelapse gallery. You can view the photos taken in timelapse sessions.
Preset: You can save your settings by touching Preset button by entering a preset name.
Start: Start the mode.
Schedule: You can schedule your timelapse setup for a certain date&time using this screen.
Once you set the parameters and press start button, a status screen will be opened as below.
You can stop the mode by touching Stop button 2 times. When you touch first time, the lock will be opened and when you touch it second time, mode will stop.