Importing the image sequence


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Importing the image sequence

Rich: Let's explore the process if you want to bring in time lapse media into Final Cut Pro 10. Now, the process is a bit different than other NLEs, but it's still pretty straightforward. It all begins with creating your first project. In your project library, select a target drive and click the Plus button to add a project. Instead of setting the properties based on the first clip, I strongly recommend that you chose Custom. Here, you can assign the size. So, you could chose what you want to deliver.

2K, 4K, 5K, working digital cinema or your more standard HD video flavors that are used for the web and broadcast. I'll go with 1080p. It automatically assigns the square pixel resolution, which is what I want. And I'll stick with a frame rate of 23.98. That looks good. Let's choose Custom here. And notice that I can specify the render format for how it's going to create material. So, depending upon codex you have loaded, you could choose different qu...

Importing the image sequence
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Importing the image 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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