Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Frame blending the shot with After Effects, part of Shooting a Hyperlapse Time-Lapse Video.
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…You enable frame blending globally by clicking…the switch at the top of the window.…Then you need to turn it on here.…And there's two settings.…The first version is draft.…And this creates a slow opacity fade between each image.…So, now what you are seeing is essentially a 12 frame dissolve and it's…blending from one image to the next and as it finishes that, it goes on to the one…after that and you see this slow evolution in between the images.…
This produces a very nice dreamy effect between the images.…And it creates a smooth transition.…Now, you'll notice that plays back, I really like what that's doing.…We get a nice, smooth, flowing transition between the images.…There is another option with frame blending, and it's…advance frame blending where it essentially morphs between the frames.…Now, in this particular case, this is probably not…going to work because the frames are so different.…Because there's such huge differences between the frames, the…morph tends to make it look like the image…is water and rippling, and so, you're going to…
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- Choosing the right camera for hyperlapse video
- Mounting your camera
- Stabilizing shots
- Programming the camera
- Capturing shots
- Post-processing, assembling, and color grading footage