Adjusting the time-lapse sequence


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Adjusting the time-lapse sequence

Rich: Now that the clips are added, we'll go ahead and group them together into a compound clip so there're easier to work with. I'll choose Select All, and then if I right click, you'll see that I could choose a compound clip. It asks me to give it a name. I choose Ok. And those have been essentially collapsed into a single clip. At this point, I'll adjust the size a bit.

Notice, even though I've scaled up. The pixels don't look distorted. And that's because the image inside actually has higher resolution. So we can re-size that to fill the frame, which looks pretty good there, and, in fact, I could do a zoom over time if I want. This can be done by twirling down scale. Let's add a key frame for scale, and a key frame for position. I'll now drag forward, and adjust the scale.

There we go. And we can move the position of the clip. Let's drag that left or right. I'll go into that rocky ledge there. But drop it a little lower. ...

Adjusting the time-lapse sequence
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Adjusting the time-lapse sequence provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Creating Time-Lapse Video

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