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    Wink Timelapse from the summer :)

    TIMELAPSE Calm Evening - YouTube

    This is a small timelapse from the summer.

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    Looks great! The people jumping gave a nice motion. Was 1, 2 or 5 seconds?? I´ve been trying variable intervals.... Lot´s of pictures at 1 second, but you get a better flowing movement....

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    Do you use Sony Vegas to edit the timelapse? If you do then go into Options>Preferences>Editing. You will be able to select the framerate of your photos there. Try to put in 0,050 in the New still image length (seconds) box. then let me know how it worked

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    Short but sweet. It might have been nice to mix in a slow mo or something.

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    Ops. sorry, I meant the interval between pictures taken by the GoPro.... At Vegas I use 0,04 (around 25fps ?!)....but then, some stretching here and there..... No definitive time, just lapses!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyBR View Post
    Ops. sorry, I meant the interval between pictures taken by the GoPro
    Haha ok. I used 1 Pic per 0.5 sec

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Blue View Post
    Short but sweet. It might have been nice to mix in a slow mo or something.
    Thx MB Ill try to do it in the next one

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    I thought it was very pretty and interesting to see.
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    some stretching here and there
    It looks like the stretching has blended frames. I wonder what the clip would look like if the stretching only increased the duration of each image (and did not blend adjoining images).

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimAndrews View Post
    I thought it was very pretty and interesting to see.

    It looks like the stretching has blended frames. I wonder what the clip would look like if the stretching only increased the duration of each image (and did not blend adjoining images).
    Not sure if I understand what you mean, but I just took 30 pictures that are not sequential (different subjects). On the first test I imported then as individuals in time line, resized one by one and stretched (Ctrl-mouse) in out. Second test I imported the 30 pictures as one file into media, and then stretched in-out. Not sure if I can see a difference.... (if there is one btw) but the extra work on test 1 was a bit stupid.

    I just started to learn about timelapses in Vegas.... In true, I discovered that you can import sequential images in/as one file a few days ago. Saved me 30 bucks from Quick Time Pro!!!!

    PS: it looks like a digital foto-frame...
    Last edited by TonyBR; 12-19-2012 at 12:22 AM.

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    I have the same angle but a different day. I will try editing that timelapse in a different way

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