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including a timelapse in a video (final cut pro)

 
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May 04, 2011 12:43 |  #1

thinking about doing a short skate video next week, i want to include a timelapse in the video (goes along with a certain part of the song). section of the song is 20 seconds, so 20x24fps = 580 images. now here are my 2 issues:

1) since skating is quick, in a condensed area, i should probably take a fast exposure every second right? i want more of the stop motion look, not any blur

2) how would you guys go about putting this in final cut? i'm going to import all my video through 422 LT, but i know the plugin only works if you keep your eos file in tack. should i just take the images off, throw them in quicktime (btw, how do most of you compile your images?), get my .mov, and then convert that to 422 in another program and throw it back in the sequence?

any other advice welcomed.


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May 04, 2011 12:50 |  #2

import your photos into quicktime pro 7 (it's in your Utilities folder) using "Open Image Sequence." Then export as a movie in whatever format you use to edit in.


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May 04, 2011 12:58 |  #3

i only have quicktime player 7...same thing?


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May 04, 2011 13:29 |  #4

yeah, should work. If you can file->export then it's the pro version. i'm 99% sure it's included with FCP/FCE.


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