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Aug 28, 2011 22:18 |  #46

Hey Guys love the thread !

here is my timelapse from trekking in Nepal, let me know what you think

http://www.vimeo.com/2​8254943 (external link)


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Aug 28, 2011 23:52 |  #47

lerroy wrote in post #13016499 (external link)
Hey Guys love the thread !

here is my timelapse from trekking in Nepal, let me know what you think

http://www.vimeo.com/2​8254943 (external link)

how did you guys embed the vimeo video ?

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Wow, this is just amazing. Really some great footage. I especially enjoyed the boats and the movements they had. And the skies and their movements are just amazing.


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Aug 31, 2011 14:04 |  #48

what software do you guys use to batch add photos and convert it to video? i have PS CS5 and AF CS4, all are free for me but i cannot really figure it out how to make a high quality video in thos programs. also tried free app PhotoLapse 3 but the final videos come out really bad. any help or links to sources would be really appreciated


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Aug 31, 2011 14:13 |  #49

vanvar07 wrote in post #13031169 (external link)
what software do you guys use to batch add photos and convert it to video? i have PS CS5 and AF CS4, all are free for me but i cannot really figure it out how to make a high quality video in thos programs. also tried free app PhotoLapse 3 but the final videos come out really bad. any help or links to sources would be really appreciated

You cannot do it with PS CS5 or CS4. But if you had the Extended Versions of either you could.
If you're on a Windows system you can use Windows Movie Maker. Good enough to get you started. Other than that there are other application you can buy. Pinnacle Studio HD Ultimate is on that I have used. But you can get Photoshop Premier Elements to work with Video too. But I have not personally tried that one so I don't know how well, or even if you can, make time lapse from still frames with it; I think you can however.


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Aug 31, 2011 20:23 |  #50

i like your projects men

I already had done recently with my project and hope you like it

http://http://vimeo.co​m/28333528 (external link)

thanks


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Aug 31, 2011 21:00 |  #51

m-rush wrote in post #13032897 (external link)
i like your projects men

I already had done recently with my project and hope you like it

http://http://vimeo.co​m/28333528 (external link)

thanks

link broken, you need to remote the http:// twice..

http://vimeo.com/28333​528 (external link)

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Sep 12, 2011 10:28 as a reply to  @ lerroy's post |  #52

I would like to get into timelapse photography. What is the easiest way to get my pictures into a video? I have lightroom and CS5, what program do I need to export them into to put them into a video?


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Sep 12, 2011 10:55 |  #53

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I would like to get into timelapse photography. What is the easiest way to get my pictures into a video? I have lightroom and CS5, what program do I need to export them into to put them into a video?

You can make time lapse with CS5 but it is quite CPU and GPU Intense.


First you will want to do any editing to all your frames before you even start with the animation. E.g. WB, color, sharpening, NR, and most definitely resize first. Easier to do all that with lightroom since you can sync your adjustments to all your frames.

Then in Photoshop:
Load all your frames into layers. Easier to do that from Adobe Bridge.
Open the Animation window and from the fly-out menu select "Make frames from layers"
That will load your frames in the order they are loaded into layers which is probably reversed from what you want, so from the fly-out menu select "Reverse Frames".
In the lower left you can select how you want the animation to play, Once, Three times, or Forever. Forever will loop it over and over.
Then on each frame you can select the delay time. No Delay or from fractions of a second to seconds, or custom. For time lapse you don't want any delay since you already have a delay between each frame that you shot. But you might want to experiment with that.
To change the delay for all frames, Select the first frame, move to the last and while holding the shift key click the last frame. That should highlight all the frames allowing you to change the delay time to all of them.
http://help.adobe.com …2-9D8F-7F77594A8CC2a.html (external link)

If you use Windows you can use Windows Movie Maker. If you use Windows you should already have that, if not you can download it from the Microsoft web site.

I personally use Pinnacle Studio HD Ultimate. If you're going to buy something for video work you might want to consider looking at Photoshop Premier Elements.


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Jan 13, 2012 22:45 |  #54

Timelapse and Tlt-shift project for New Years, unfortunately took a while to get approval to post so it didn't get the type of traction I wanted, but was a fun shoot, but very stressful trying to navigate the huge space and crowds to get the coverage needed.

http://youtu.be/1sTBkh​WWMSA?hd=1 (external link)


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Jan 17, 2012 15:34 |  #55

natums wrote in post #13701633 (external link)
Timelapse and Tlt-shift project for New Years, unfortunately took a while to get approval to post so it didn't get the type of traction I wanted, but was a fun shoot, but very stressful trying to navigate the huge space and crowds to get the coverage needed.

http://youtu.be/1sTBkh​WWMSA?hd=1 (external link)

I never have liked the miniaturizing effect of a tilt-shift lens, but that was a very good video to see.!


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Jan 20, 2012 10:41 |  #56

i have my first time-lapse video here but i need the clip rate below 0.1 seconds but iMovie will not let me? any ideas??

http://vimeo.com/34673​356 (external link)


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Jan 21, 2012 21:08 |  #57

ben_r_ wrote in post #13720903 (external link)
I never have liked the miniaturizing effect of a tilt-shift lens, but that was a very good video to see.!

Thanks, I find it it creatively interesting to do, but it does get tiresome. I was hired to shoot the night and didn't want to do something traditional so I pitched them the concept and they thought it was cool. Always nice to try something different.

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i have my first time-lapse video here but i need the clip rate below 0.1 seconds but iMovie will not let me? any ideas??

http://vimeo.com/34673​356 (external link)

I don't use iMovie but I imagine you can slow down the file within the timeline (make sure frame blending is off) and that would give you the effect you want. I think the speed is fine on the clip as is though.


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Jan 24, 2012 00:00 |  #58

Here is my latest one: http://youtu.be/vFdEgy​yAwGU (external link)

And another one: http://youtu.be/esEfZ-FYtZc (external link)

Haven't really had the ime to do any, but I plan to do a lot this year. And now I actually know how to edit them. lol




  
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Jan 27, 2012 03:06 |  #59

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Feb 06, 2012 16:09 |  #60

Put together some shots I took at the county fair last summer. Not the best but trying to learn.

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