Top work G. Think it works very well!Filming something somewhere...
27th Sep 2017 7:24 am
Member Since: 19 Jan 2011
Location: Co. Durham
The problem with the free GP software is it is terribly slow to upload pictures, and as far as I know does not do any timelapse edits?
I do stand to be corrected, but with all the recent updates they have applied, all I've heard is bad news.
I see, I haven't used it for some time, lets say it used to be good then Cheers Ian
Kielder 4x4 Safari
27th Sep 2017 3:36 pm
Member Since: 19 Mar 2012
Did my first ever time lapse a few weeks back too. It was of the Bush pigs at the Bushpig stand at the Oveland show, where I was a guest.
IIRC it was every 20 seconds over a good few hours.
I used a Nikon DSLR on a tripod. As to software, I used adobe lightroom and aftereffects.
Hoping to do another one at the October camp D3 K300NJH- picking it up next week!
D3 K400NJH- gone to car heaven
FL1 - gone to Romania
D3 HD05- gone to a divorce diet
D1 V8 manual - gone but not forgotten
RR Classic - gone but not not forgotten
Too scared of listing the other marques for fear of ridicule
12th Oct 2017 7:12 am
Member Since: 07 Jan 2014
Location: Westbrook, Wilts.
I would like to do this with my trail camera, but can these timelapses be slowed down as they do my head in flashing (mentally)
It's the same as driving along past hedges with a low sun
12th Oct 2017 7:34 am
Member Since: 16 Aug 2005
Exemplary lane discipline too 2008 Discovery 3 TDV6 HSE G4 Challenge (Belgium Selections Vehicle #3)
2017 Discovery Sport TD4 HSE Black
12th Oct 2017 10:57 am
Member Since: 18 Apr 2012
Try hyperlapse too....
https://vimeo.com/230059677#t=0sMY15 DIY Black Pack (Better than factory and half the price!)
Prospeed rock/tree sliders w/steps
HSE Winter wheels
Travall Cargo Guard
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