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Processing Images for a Timelapse Video

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This video teaches viewers how to process images for a time-lapse video. Programs required: Adobe Lightroom, Adobe After Effects, Video Editing Program.

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1. In Adobe Lightroom: Import sequence image files into Adobe Lightroom

2. Develop settings of an Image

3. Sync developed image settings with entire library

4. Export working library

5. In Adobe After Effects: Import Lightroom edited photos into Adobe After Effects

6. Set the frame rate of sequence. Right Click on Image folder > Interpret Footage > Main

7. Create new composition

8. Apply Warp Stabilizer effect

9. Export sequence clip

10. Open and work with in video editing software

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