Wednesday, 7 August 2013


A couple of days ago I took a series of shots looking across the cricket field. Five overlapping shots were stitched using ICE to make a panorama:


Then 377 copies of that were made so it could be made in to a video panning panorama using Panolapse:


  1. John, I like the idea but it has not rendered smooth which it should have done. All that work for jerky or is that me?

  2. Adrian: I was disappointed with the result this time. I think it really needed more copies. For my time lapse I often have around 700+ photos to get a smooth video.

    1. John I'll try and rake up the enthusiasm to run one in Photoshop. It takes no time to render a time line and then it takes forever to get it re-rendered to YouTube or Vimeo. Vimeo is a bit quicker but I have limited experience of both. Drop the frame rate to twenty a second and I guess that will be fine. TV works on twenty if I'm not mistaken but I've yet to be grabbed by video. I enjoy it...but it is not for me to produce it.....Yet.

    2. Adrian. UK TV rate is 25fps US 30fps. When I do the clouds time lapse with GIF2AVI I usually pick 10fps. Unfortunately I don't think Panalapse will go that low.

  3. you are getting quite adept at these things!


Thank you for visiting. Hope you enjoyed the pictures. Any comment, or correction to any information or identification I get wrong, is most welcome. John

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