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Speeding Up Time-Lapse Shooting

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Have Some Fun Speed Up Your Videos

Creating a time-lapse effect with your videos isn't to hard. If have manual controls on your camera you can cool time-lapse effects by setting a low frame rate and later speed up your videos.

Here are a few examples I shot with a Canon Vixia HG20 Handycam.


Location: Powder Mountain Utah
Camera: Apitek 720p
Edited on Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

Moon Drifting Over the Mountains of Italy

Location: North East Italy
Camera: Canon Vixia HG20
Edited on Adobe Premiere Pro CS6


Downtown Athens Greece

Location: A busy Intersection in Athens Greece
Camera: Canon Vixia HG20 Undercranking 8 Frames Per Second, 8 minutes of video compressed to 10 seconds
Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

2 Hours to 4 Minutes Sunset Rainstorm

Location: Bitburg Germany
Camera: Canon Vixia HG20
Edited on Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

Video Shooting Tips

To get best video for time-lapse you'll want manual control, a tri-pod and a well composed shot to make it look good. Further color correction and audio can be added in post production but should be thought of before you shot the video.

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