Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting the images to sequential files, part of Creating Time-Lapse Video.
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Rich: Now that we've processed several images, let's get them out of Camera Raw. …Now, you don't have to leave Camera Raw, because tools like Adobe After Effects …can actually bring in Raw files. But, there is a certain advantage to …baking your corrections in, and outputting a file that's easier for the …computer to process. While Raw files are relatively tiny, they …certainly have some overhead and the computer has to do a lot of on the fly computation. …Turning your files into JPEGs or TIFFs makes it easier to work with them with …most non linear editing tools. And can help your computer out if it's …not a top of a line machine. Inside Adobe Camera Raw, I'll just select …all of my images. And this is a great opportunity to make …any final adjustments. So, if you need to, you can always Crop.…
Perhaps you want to Crop to a 16 by 9 aspect ratio. …And you can use this as an opportunity to finesse the framing. …Remember, just apply a Synchronization across all the clips. …So that they're unified. Before you output, you'll want to come …
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- What is time-lapse photography?
- Why shoot with a still camera?
- Choosing a frame size and frame rate
- Using an internal or external intervalometer
- Selecting a memory card
- Tracking the sun's position
- Deciding how long to shoot
- Using a slider
- Shooting time lapse on a smartphone or tablet
- Removing noise and spots with Adobe Camera Raw
- Importing the image sequence
- Refining the duration and frame rate
- Blending frames
- Creating variable speed effects
- Exporting your sequence