Timelapse "Baustelle"

(Andreas Schneider) #1

Hello,

today we had some fun while climbing and I shot pictures for a short timelapse video. However I have no idea what software to use for such a video. Any suggestions?

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(pphoto) #2

With Avisynth you can read all images in a directory and let avisynth make a video out of it.
http://avisynth.nl/index.php/ImageSource

Moreover you can use Avisynth as a framesource and use it like a videofile in a video editing software

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(Sander Knopper) #3

I’ve used kdenlive to produce a timelapse video, but I don’t know how it compares to avisynth.

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(Mica) #4

Ffmpeg will do the job!

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(Andreas Schneider) #5

Do you have a link to a howto which explains which parameters should be used?

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#6

It would depend on your shots and what your expectations are. I find that the ffmpeg doc is quite easy to follow.

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(Mica) #7

I like this tutorial, it is very complete:
http://mahugh.com/2015/04/29/creating-time-lapse-videos/

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(Rick Scheibner) #8

If you want to use something that actually has a graphical user interface, I’ve had good luck with VirtualDub for creating time lapse sequences from jpeg’s.

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#9

How about Blender?

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