Refining the duration and frame rate


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Refining the duration and frame rate

Rich: Once you've imported all the media, you're going to need to assign a frame rate. Now, the thing is, you don't actually have a movie clip here. What you have is a bunch of stills. But you're going to add all those stills into your sequence, and then using that, you can basically decide how you want to re-time them. What essentially happens here is you drop them all in to the project or sequence, and set a new duration. I'll go to my event, and they're all there in the folder. Now, you can always start to group these to make it a bit easier.

But I'll just press Cmd+A to select everything, and drag them down into the timeline. When I release, they're all added. The problem though is that each one of these is about 10 seconds long. I'll choose Cmd+A or Edit > Select All. And under the Modify menu, I can change duration. The shortcut is Ctrl+D for duration. Just type in a new duration.

For example, maybe two frames for each clip and h...

Refining the duration and frame rate
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Refining the duration and frame rate provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Creating Time-Lapse Video

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