Create a time lapse video in Premiere Pro





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Published on Sep 12, 2011

This is a link to a more advanced tutorial I made that should help you add some polish to your time lapse. It involves using keyframes to add motion to your timelapse. So once you've got them imported make sure to check it out.

This is a quick tutorial on how to edit a time lapse video. I used my Drift Stealth helmet camera on time lapse mode, had it take a photo every 2 seconds. By the time I was finished taking out the motorcycle battery my camera had captured 320 .jpg's. So I needed a way to quickly get them into a time line and make each one of them 1 frame long.

I found a description of how to do it in a forum and thought I would quickly make a video tutorial for you.

This was the first time I played with the time lapse features on my Drift. It was kind of fun and I plan to do more in the future.


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