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Old April 8th, 2011, 05:20 PM   #1
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duplicating frames with timelapse footage

I'm hoping to do some timelapse work in a current project. I'd like to shoot a sequence in-camera using an AF100. It has decent timelapse functionality.

But, I would like to duplicate the frames of the sequence to slow it down, possibly 4 - 6 frames per original one. I realize this may give it s strobe-like look, I like that. Does anyone know how to accomplish this in CS5?
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Old April 8th, 2011, 05:57 PM   #2
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Re: duplicating frames with timelapse footage

I'll answer my own quesiton. It looks as if this is as easy as changing the framerate under Interperate Footage.

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Old April 14th, 2011, 11:40 AM   #3
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Re: duplicating frames with timelapse footage

Hey Steve... Ok, drag your video to the time line... then put the cursor ontop of the video in the timeline, left click the mouse to highlight the track, then right click the mouse and choose speed/duration and change it to your new timing... 50% will double the frames...

another way is to goto the top middle of the program, under "effect controls", click that tab and you will see "time remapping" .. spin that one down and adjust for your speed ...


you might want to explore the other items in that dialog that pulls up on the timeline.. (right click)... I use several on most projects... like group and ungroup for example... those group the video and audio or ungroup the video and audio so you can delete the audio and replace it, then re-group them ...
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