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    canon time elapse

    Hi all

    Have just purchased a time remote and was going to experiment with time elapse, what software would you use to upload your photos to to make the video using a pc

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    Any video software can do it for you.

    I've used Premiere Elements and it works well.

    When you set up the project, look into the fine print to set the time for each of the still frames you import.

    Generally, you wil want each photo to last for anywhere between 1 and 10 frames of video (there will be 25 frames shown per second).
    Once you've imported the photo series and played it back, if you think that each frame is too long or too short, then re-start the project and re-set the number of frames each photo should take in the project settings menu, because if you want to go and manually re-adjust each one, it will take you an age to do so.
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    dl the free software LR time lapse which helps make it in light room. I usually use this to make the pics then use adobe premier pro to put the slide show together in 1080 with good quality export
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