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Re: Assembling Time Lapses


I don't recall exactly, but I think it was somewhere around 1 frame per second running on a 2GHz laptop. Any halfway modern desktop CPU will churn out many frames per second. Multiple cores help too.The incoming files were 8MP jpegs. The program did two x/2 size reductions, then some brightness/contrast tweaking, then some sharpening before adding the resultant frame to the film. (Adding filters and effects is VERY easy, and you can stack, order, disable/enable reach filter as needed.)

The only tricky part is that all the image files must be sequentially numbered. If shooting RAW, set your batch processor to start a new file name sequence like "File0001.xxx"



Dec 29, 2012 at 01:05 AM



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