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I thought there was already a timelapse video thread here but couldnt find any
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You are probably thinking about these wonderful old threads on DC:


I really enjoyed this timelapse video of the making of a game in 72 hours for Ludum Dare 32.
Made by Deozaan,
more info in this post.

I've no idea what the music is...
-tomos (April 28, 2015, 05:45 PM)
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Thanks tomos. I'm glad you enjoyed it.

YouTube has a large collection of royalty free music which you can add to your videos. Since the timelapse was silent, I just picked a track that was approximately the same length as the video. That track is called The Darkness by MK2.

I did a search for it just now and found it here:

I have more timelapse videos of my work from other game jams and similar things here:


(via g+ post)

from the same author/s, New Zealand (it's just too good looking :-) )


Those were amazing! Thanks for sharing!

Cross-posting from Hyperlapse thread - my next post (below) has video from the creator of LRTimelapse which software is mentioned in this quote:

I am shocked - shocked I say! - to see that there appear to be no previous threads on the whole "hyperlapse" thing (according to the Search at least). This is a variation of timelapse where the camera actually moves *large* distances (as opposed to the small dolly shots of most timelapse) while maintaining (relatively) smooth motion, creating an amazing combination of realistic and surreal imagery and motion. It really just has to be seen to be appreciated. This is an excellent introduction to what can be achieved:
-JavaJones (May 17, 2015, 04:28 PM)
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That vimeo video is really incredible.  I'd be curious how difficult it was to get it to look like that, and what kind of equipment was used.  Looks amazing.
-superboyac (May 18, 2015, 09:22 AM)
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I came across this description:
I had to import and customize the NEF files before I
equalized them with the great LR-TIMELAPSE from Gunther Wegner. (
(Adobe Lightroom is necessary)
The observed jpeg had then to be droped into virtual dub and were rendered as avi.
When this was done, I had to stabilize the sequences manually frame by frame (AE motion tracker) and rendered each of them in 3 different sizes: (4928x3264 pixels, 1920x1080 pixels, 1024x768 pixels)
Last but not least the snippets were edited fitting to the beautiful title "Diving Through The Blue" by the respectable composer and musician Valentin Boomes.
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from this video -

Tbh I dont understand half of that description - but it does sound like a lot of work. Surprised the stabilizing has to be done manually. Also not sure what exactly the LR-Timelapse software does.

They seem to generally use full-frame cameras - I guess if you're going to put all that work in, you may as well start with a quality image.
-tomos (June 18, 2015, 04:13 AM)
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