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    bro, ask u, what did u use to pan in n out during the timelapse shot? thxs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Konspire View Post
    bro, ask u, what did u use to pan in n out during the timelapse shot? thxs.
    i think the pan/zoom was done using software in post processing.

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    i see...thxs for the information bro.......

    Quote Originally Posted by miaoteh View Post
    i think the pan/zoom was done using software in post processing.

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    A little shot @ Changi Airport T1 (not sure can see or not...), but the video got bumped by kids while shooting >_<

    https://www.facebook.com/video/video...32874843468580

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    Hi guys, could you all please give me some C&C on my first attempt on time lapse? Btw, there is no other way to post videos here except from youtube?

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    I think would be nicer if you include more of the sky with moving cloud .


    Quote Originally Posted by slmka View Post
    A little shot @ Changi Airport T1 (not sure can see or not...), but the video got bumped by kids while shooting >_<

    https://www.facebook.com/video/video...32874843468580

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    ask u guys experts in timelapse. i try doing on my own with the freeware photolapse 3. i've got around 330 shots and tried to compile in timelapse with a configuration of 25 fps with avi format. it seems to not be able to play in windows media player. anything that i should be aware of or take note of in the settings other than the fps? thxs.

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    Interesting, I was having my hands on timelapse for the first time and decided to compile the video with 2 new scenes. Think I might just do this for my holiday trips next time too haha.


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    might be the codec that the software use to convert the video that is not in your machine . try VLC player?

    Quote Originally Posted by Konspire View Post
    ask u guys experts in timelapse. i try doing on my own with the freeware photolapse 3. i've got around 330 shots and tried to compile in timelapse with a configuration of 25 fps with avi format. it seems to not be able to play in windows media player. anything that i should be aware of or take note of in the settings other than the fps? thxs.

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    very good workflow/tutorial for timelapse, but now im no longer on windows os.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleveninth View Post

    very good workflow/tutorial for timelapse, but now im no longer on windows os.
    oh, just nice, i'm more inclined towards mac but since photolapse is windows only. so if you are on mac, what do you use? quicktime pro? can give me some tips? thxs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Konspire View Post
    oh, just nice, i'm more inclined towards mac but since photolapse is windows only. so if you are on mac, what do you use? quicktime pro? can give me some tips? thxs.
    since i switch, i haven't done any timelapse eh.

    but was lurking on this thread and saw LRtimelapse has a mac version, dled but i haven't tried yet le.

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    i use LRtimelapse + Lightroom . very easy and its free! there's tutorial/Workflow LRTimelapse - software for professional time lapse photography

    Quote Originally Posted by eleveninth View Post
    since i switch, i haven't done any timelapse eh.

    but was lurking on this thread and saw LRtimelapse has a mac version, dled but i haven't tried yet le.

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    ok, will try it out....

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    I think you guys would enjoy this. It's been making it's rounds on FB.
    When I saw this video, I knew I had to share this on this thread...

    <iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/34447797?title=0&amp;byline=0&amportrait=0" width="400" height="225" frameborder="0" webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen></iframe><p><a href="http://vimeo.com/34447797">Lost in Tokyo</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/user2062525">Mark Bramley</a> on <a href="http://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>

    Last edited by daniellcs; 22nd March 2012 at 11:31 PM.

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    Watching it in Full Screen seems better.
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    Just thought I'd share this timelapse by a russian visiting singapore.

    Alot of hardwork went into it, have to keep moving the tripod. But the results bloody mind blowing. I love the movements.


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    Quote Originally Posted by eleveninth View Post
    Just thought I'd share this timelapse by a russian visiting singapore.

    Alot of hardwork went into it, have to keep moving the tripod. But the results bloody mind blowing. I love the movements.
    could he be using a motorized equipment?

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    well. he says he moved the tripod manually, but also very vague. Don't think he wants to give up his secret, but the range of movement is quite large if you can see the MBS shot.. looks like he walked from the merlion side of the bridge to somewhere in the centre?

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    there is no so such large dolly available, if even there is, is like a more than 50m long tracks

    I must say there is a lot of hard work in it, the planning, the shooting, and the post production.
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