Exporting the time-lapse sequence


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Exporting the time-lapse sequence

Rich: Once you're satisfied with the results, you have to decide how you want to export. Now, if this is a clip that you're just going to cut in with other video shots, just treat it like a piece of footage. Edit it into any timeline, and then when you export, it's good to go. But, if you just want to get out the individual file, let me show you how to do that. Take your sequence, and mark out a range using in and out points. To define the range of the clip. Then choose File > Export > Media. This will bring up the Adobe Media Encoder.

One of the easiest things you can do is choose to match the sequence settings, and in this case it'll make a new video file. Because I chose to use Avid DNX HD format, it's actually going to match that and write out an Avid DNX HD file. Using all those settings. It'll make an actual MXF file, in this case. If you want to write this out to another format, you can always go through and access things. For example,...

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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