Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Importing the image sequence, part of Creating Time-Lapse Video.
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Rich: If you're a video editor, you might feel more comfortable editing your clips …inside an application like Adobe Premiere Pro. …Fortunately, the process of bringing in a time lap movie is pretty straight forward. …I'll often import finished movies that I've made inside of Photoshop or After …Effects and just bring 'em in as a real time video file. …But even still, you could bring it in directly as an image sequence. …Let's explore. I'll make a new project and just give it …a name. And choose to use the Real time Playback …engine that's available to you. If you're on a machine that doesn't have …a supported graphics card, go with software only.…
I'll click OK. And now we can bring the file. …To do this, I'll choose File > Import. You're going to want to bring in the TIFF files. …Make sure you sort by name and select the first image and check the box for Image …Sequence and choose Import. This'll bring it in. …It's generally a good idea to set those to be 8 bit files.…
You'll notice here in Adobe Bridge that these are 16 bit files in the RGB color space. …
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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