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slifox is not online. Last active: 8/4/2005 11:29:53 PM slifox
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Time Lapse sequence
Posted: 02 Aug 2005 12:32 AM
Can anyone tell me how to create a time lapse sequence with mm2? I have footage for like 10 mins of cars going by. thanks in advance. sorry if this has been asked before, I'll search the forums not to see
Persian Poet Gal is not online. Last active: 12/28/2006 4:05:18 PM Persian Poet Gal
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Re: Time Lapse sequence
Posted: 02 Aug 2005 01:11 AM
You mean that the speed of the footage would increase right :)? Just simply keep adding increase speed to the appropriate number of times till you reach what you're looking for. Don't worry if the footage starts to appear choppy in the preview window (you can always save as a movie to make sure everything is running smoothly ;). See how it works out for you.

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Persian Poet Gal is not online. Last active: 12/28/2006 4:05:18 PM Persian Poet Gal
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Re: Time Lapse sequence
Posted: 02 Aug 2005 01:13 AM
Darn I keep forgetting to post things tonight :P, ehh-hem the increase speed option or speed up, double is in your Effects folder when you open up movie maker.

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abhinavjain is not online. Last active: 10/10/2010 2:30:32 AM abhinavjain
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Re: Time Lapse sequence
Posted: 10 Oct 2010 02:30 AM
Real time-lapse also involve droping of frames so that you get a bit of jittering effect. If we just speedup the video it will not do so. best will be that we drop frames to. For example, we capture at 30 fps. we delete rest say 25 fps and just leave 5 frames out of those 30 fps. Is there a script I can use? PLz help
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