Export the Time-Lapse Sequence in Photography


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Exporting the time-lapse sequence

Rich: Once you're satisfied with the previews, it's time to render. Now rendering can be more time intensive than previewing, so I typically do it when it's a good time to break. Maybe it's the end or the day or you're getting ready to head out to lunch. Try to group your renders and do several shots at a time. Here's how. Just select the shots in your project and choose Composition. Add to Render Queue. If you want, you can send it to Adobe Media Encoder for true background rendering, and continue to work in After Effects.

But, I'll just do this right from After Effects for now. I'll mouse over the render queue, and press the tilde key to maximize the window, temporarily. Here, I now need to choose my settings. So, the best settings will render this out at full quality with no field rendering. Which is fine if you're doing a Progressive output. But if you were doing Interlaced, you can choose Upper or Lower field first. Typically for HD...

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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