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Apr 19, 2012 19:38 |  #1

Hello everyone!
So about a year ago, I made my very first attempt at a star time-lapse video. You can see it HERE (external link) if you want to. While I know how to capture the pictures and edit them in mass quantities, I don't necessarily know the proper way of putting them into a movie. If you watch my video, you might notice all of the compression issues and noise that appears in the movie (but not the individual pictures). I was using iMovie to edit at the time, and I think that may have something to do with it. What program would you recommend using for such a project (I'm planning on trying again this summer)? And what's the best way of grouping the photographs into individual clips?

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Apr 19, 2012 21:21 |  #2

Seam McCormic has a preset for lightroom that is just for this. And it is free. It is worth looking into if you already have Lightroom. Just edit one image, then sync the rest, and export.

http://lrbplugins.com …melapse-presetstemplates/ (external link)


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Apr 20, 2012 21:49 |  #3

Mark1 wrote in post #14295971 (external link)
Seam McCormic has a preset for lightroom that is just for this. And it is free. It is worth looking into if you already have Lightroom. Just edit one image, then sync the rest, and export.

http://lrbplugins.com …melapse-presetstemplates/ (external link)

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