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    Is there a way that I can convert normal framed movie clip to a time lapsed clip?

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    hmm.... if you're shooting at 30fps, try using 1 out of every 30 frames. ie, frame-skipping. then it'll feel like a time lapse taken at 1shot / second. adjust according to your needs, but i think it'll be a little troublesome, in the sense, using a 5minute video, if you do time lapse and playback at 24fps, you'd get like 12.5seconds of footage in the end.

    hope it made sense to you.. i've not personally tried time lapse, though I quite like it after seeing what my cousin did with time lapse on a sunrise.
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    it's called fast forward.

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