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07-08-2018, 05:24 PM - 5 Likes   #1
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Testing Timelapse Feature

Here is a Timelapse video I created last night. Not the best composition. I was more focusing on testing items and wanted a dark location.

Pesky clouds messed with some of my other testing. But I am having fun with the Timelapse. Will be creating some more this next week while on Vacation.


Interesting, I did the 4K option but YouTube did it as 360p. Not sure what I am doing wrong.

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IMO the clouds aren't bad, and add some interest.

I see it as 4K on Youtube.
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Seems pretty cool. I have never experimented with that feature and now find I must dig into finding out what the K-3 can do! I have used some interval features but not that one. (If it exists)
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Great use of your prize!

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That's pretty cool, I started to play around with timelapse on my K3 yesterday bu my results weren't worth publishing. I got inspired to try after listening to Mike Olbinski on an old episode of the Nonamephotoshow podcast the other day. Search on Monsoon 4 for a really impressive storm timelapse
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I have used the feature on my K-3, decided it was easier to simply shoot stills at interval and assemble the movie in post.


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That is really cool, I agree that the clouds, and the trains/cars make for interesting motion as well.
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QuoteOriginally posted by DeadJohn Quote
IMO the clouds aren't bad, and add some interest.

I see it as 4K on Youtube.
Ah cool it did load. It seems YouTube has to create each video from your upload. So when I first uploaded it only had 360. Then later it was up to HD. Then now 4K.

I just wish my upload speeds were better. I think it took over 4 hours to upload that file. 1.2 GB or something like that. Part of me wonders if I should just do HD and not worry about 4K. Then I realize that later, I might have wanted the 4K so might be best to just leave it that way.

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QuoteOriginally posted by robgski Quote
That is really cool, I agree that the clouds, and the trains/cars make for interesting motion as well.
Everything but the power lines. Pesky power lines

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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
I have used the feature on my K-3, decided it was easier to simply shoot stills at interval and assemble the movie in post.


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I wonder which is best. I will admit this is very easy to do though. I have read up on LRTimelapse and I think long term being able to edit your images before creating the video and more control over the video will be a better idea.

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