Last edited by Michael Mann; 2007 August 25th at 11:13.
Thanks for posting these here Michael -just to confirm what should the filesizes be when completed?
Wow, very impressive. How did you do it? Masks?
TimelapseA = 190 MB
TimelapseB = 110 MB
Timelapse3 = 160 MB
Yes, I used masks to separate real time from time lapse.
Clips like this mess with my sense of realilty. Especially in high defintion which is such a intimate format anyhow. I felt like I was at the other end of the table.
And that someone had placed some LSD in my soup. : )
I had no idea that these effects could be applied to editing HD film...I like it!
Hey Michael - fun stuff! Good job.
What settings did you use to speed up the footage in Vegas?
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in the first clip the time lapse proceeds from real time up to 512 times real time. Since Vegas allows only x12 in one session (x4 in file properties and x3 in velocity), I had to use intermediate (=pre time lapsed) files, that were time lapsed again (and again).
For all who are interested please find the Vegas session file attached:
Last edited by Michael Mann; 2007 August 26th at 13:52.
Michael...very impressive...at the same time I thought it was very funny (don't know if you meant it to be). Grandpa looks so calm..and relaxed...while everyone looks like they had too much caffeine.
Thanks for the clips and veg fie.
These are awesome
HD videos http://www.vimeo.com/lucasberg
I'm pleased you like it. Yes, I find it both funny and contemplative (the accelerated life in the eyes of the grandfather's generation, that is).
These look awesome! Nice work, Michael (Heat?) Mann!