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    Default Need help with Time Lapse

    I'm a real nooby to video editing, so I'm probably doing this way wrong, but I used a program called ChronoLapse to screenshot my screen every X seconds, and i wanted to make them into a time lapse. I placed them all on the timeline, but I would like to speed it all up now. Is there a way other than dragging each picture over? Sorry if this is way off

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    Vegas has the ability to import any number of stills as an "Image Sequence" - as a complete Event. No separation of stills. To you and I it looks like an other normal video clip. Once you have achieved this, and dragged it to the Timeline, then you can add any speed ramps, reverses, FXs, PanCrops etc you WOULD to any other Vegas Event.

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