Hi all. Gear: Macbook Retina 2014, Yosemite, Canon 5dMkII Few years back i did some timelapses, and want to start again. I used to link a 450D and then a 5DMkII to an Imac and used EOS Utility and Istopmotion. Now some problems: - EOS Utility doesn't work anymore under Yosemite. This topic meantions the problem and a solution, but it works only for recent Canon models. I indeed manage to open EOS Utility 2 with this trick, but the any timelapse sequence stops after 2 shots. Problem mentionned on a few forums, no solution. - I tried Kuuvik software. Seems to work great sequence wise, but apparently can't store the shots on computer only. CF cards get filled quickly and the process stops. - I tried something called DLSRremote or the like, but the demo is full with pop ups so I couldn't see it it was any good. - I have a remote doing intervallometer, but it's too random because 1) battery drains as quick as I drink beer 2) doesn't import pics on the Mac/PC. But this remote could make me change my mind if viable. Still, I am against buying large CF cards because of the risk or corrupting them (CFs die very quick...) Post processing now: - I have been using LR for years but never for timelapses. I decided to give it a try. Every time i click on "slideshow" to get to the timelapse presets, the program crashes. The problem is debatted on many forums, no viable solution found. - Istopmotion 2 Pro: I remember using it without any problem, though I was never satisfied with the quality. Now, whatever the resolution or the ratio imported, it only displays a small randomly cropped area. Useles program with way too many import functions. I just need only ONE function that works! HD, full size, full ratio. That's it. SOLUTIONS? - Any input concerning the aforementioned problems is very appreciated. - Does anybody know simple, BS-free and cheap programs that 1) capture from the mac and save on the mac sequences of unlimited (i.e many) shots with intervalls, no less, no more? 2) Stitch that in a timelapse program that works and keeps quality? No less, no more. If I don't get LR to work I'll first batch edit them in LR and them timelapse them in the program I hope I'll find one day... Thanks in advance.