Thought I'd make the title as descriptive as possible haha. I installed magic lantern and went out last night to do my first timelapse with it. Settings including interval are in the description in the link. I loaded the shots into QTP and tried 30fps and 24fps but the finished video was too choppy so I tried at 15fps and that looked great so I saved it as a MOV which was around 2.2gb.
Here's where the issue came up. I tried loading it into AE to lay a music track behind it but the final render always came out poor quality. I tried changing the composition settings from 15fps to 24/30/60 and the output type to AVI/FLV/MOV/H264 but all were just terrible looking or in the case of the AVI file, too big. Not only did the image quality decline to what looked like maybe 360p at best, but it was also super choppy and not as seamless as the original MOV file I got from QTP. Any ideas to help fix this?
For reference, here's the link to the video. It was of the Hawthorne bridge and downtown Portland from the waterfront. Any help at all would be much appreciated!