Assembling the shot with Premiere Pro


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Assembling the shot with Premiere Pro

The images have finished exporting. Took a bit of time, but they're all in a folder and they're processed ready to use. What I want to do now, is bring those into Adobe Premiere Pro. Now, you could do this with any editing tool. We're just going to bring it in and interpret it as an image sequence, which is a workflow supported by most non-linear editing tools. Here's how it works. Let's launch Premiere. And I'll make a new project to hold the results here. I'll browse to my project folder, so I can store this. Let's choose that, and we'll call this HyperLapse.

I'm going to stick with the CUDA accelerator, to get a little bit more real time performance and click OK. And a new project opens. I'll choose File, Import, and then navigate to the image that I want to bring in. In this case here, I've exported them and then moved them into one folder. Now, you'll note here, that the images are named sequentially. This is very important for an image sequence. Ov...

Assembling the shot with Premiere Pro
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Assembling the shot with Premiere Pro provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Shooting a Hyperlapse Time-Lapse Video

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