Exporting the time-lapse sequence


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Exporting the time-lapse sequence

Rich: Once you're satisfied with the shot, you could preview it and play it back. The thing is, is won't play very smoothly inside of Photoshop until you render. Now, a fast hard drive, a good graphics card, will all speed up performance. But Photoshop's not really designed to be a real time video editing playback tool. But, let's take a look about getting a video file out, so we can use it on other places like the Web or in a Video Editor. When I'm satisfied I'll choose File, Export, Render Video. This will bring up a standard dialog box that lets you set a few options. Now it may take a second as it initializes it for the first time, but subsequent launches will go a bit quicker.

There we go, I will choose a target output location. Let's go to our Processed Clips folder and we'll save it in there with some of the other clips we've made. And I will leave the name as is, next I choose a method. I could write out still images if I wanted t...

Exporting the time-lapse sequence
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Exporting 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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