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    Any free windows programme to recommend? Photolaspe is a little glitchy for me.

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    Virtualdub. its a freeware, remember to add on a deflicker plugin

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    Quote Originally Posted by daniellcs View Post
    That's quite a funny video. Really can sense the flurry of activity...
    Your dad?!? (guy in red shirt) was reading the papers an awful long time :P
    Is my uncle/ dad's brother. hahaha They dont like to waste time and nothing much to do so reading the papers was jsut about the only thing to do. The long hours in between, they really ZBL....

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    I guess I will just sit there and click my shutter manually for 20 mins.. ><

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    Windows movie maker on windows 7 does a good job making a time lapse. Just drag all the photos into it the hit ctl + a to select all then at the top there will be the timing for each slide. Just select 0.01 or whatever timing you want and it works!

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    heh i just use quicktime pro, altho at times encoding quite slow. but still gets the job done.
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    What free time lapse software would everyone recommend for a Mac?
    I have just downloaded a free software 'Time Lapse Assembler'.
    Haven't got the time to test it yet. Any one used it yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by daniellcs View Post
    What free time lapse software would everyone recommend for a Mac?
    I have just downloaded a free software 'Time Lapse Assembler'.
    Haven't got the time to test it yet. Any one used it yet?
    i am using Time Lapse Assembler.
    Straight forward and easy to use..

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    This is interesting hope can be join but mostly I was free on weekdays(Tuesday) bcos my permanent off hope cAn be join u all for the time-lapse...

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    Hi all it looks like the thread has moved.
    if you guys are still interested you can join the group i've created below. it'll be easier to organize and manage

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/group...e-junkies.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3MPTYHAND
    Hi all it looks like the thread has moved.
    if you guys are still interested you can join the group i've created below. it'll be easier to organize and manage

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/group...e-junkies.html
    please use this thread on dicussion of how to shoot timelapse, outing threads for the matters of outing only.
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    I prefer to shoot at 5 secs interval (plus a few second break), over 1 hour, 720shots, then compile into video at frame rate of 24fps. Using virtualdub to compile to video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinned79 View Post
    I prefer to shoot at 5 secs interval (plus a few second break), over 1 hour, 720shots, then compile into video at frame rate of 24fps. Using virtualdub to compile to video.
    not hard and fast rules on the interval and length of clips, it is all depends on your subjects and the effects you want to create.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3MPTYHAND
    @ daniellcs a nikon should have a built in intervalmeter if im not wrong. a decent strudy tripod is good enough. we wont be needing fancy equipment . for those who need intevalometer here's a link

    remotes timer for dslr | eBay

    i get mine from hong kong/china, cheaper than retail stores here
    Not all nikon bodies have that. Only the higher end bodies.

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    Hey guys,

    Interesting, finally on Timelapse. Count me in.

    Which place/time?
    Check out my blog @500px | @Google+

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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    not hard and fast rules on the interval and length of clips, it is all depends on your subjects and the effects you want to create.
    dat's why i say i prefer

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3MPTYHAND
    everyone needs an intervalometer except the nikonians
    Ricoh compacts and gxr has built in, some samsung compacts too...

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    Default Re: Shoutout to all timelapse enthusiast

    hi guys i want to go too.. this is the sample of my time lapse i did before. just trying out.

    One nice day.mov - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzyjeff
    hi guys i want to go too.. this is the sample of my time lapse i did before. just trying out.

    One nice day.mov - YouTube
    u should try move out of your home. this time lapse is a good start but a bit boring cos nothing interesting happens except for cloud shadows movement on the trees and a helipcopter appearing for 1 shot towards the end.

    shooting something more interesting such as sunrise, sunset, traffics, humans etc.

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    Just thought of a great place to do a time-lapse, vivo city, we can do a time lapse of the boats. Thoughts?

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