Copy all of your files across from your camera into a folder. Make sure you name this appropriately to make it easy to find. The files in the folder should also be numbered so that they are added to the software in the correct chronological order.
Open your Timelapse Assembly Software
Open the software you’re using to assemble your timelapse video.
Choosing your files
Click ‘choose’ and find your file of images, then click open.
Choosing your codec
Choose your codec – leave this to the default if you’re not sure what the other options mean.
Setting your frame rate
Set your frame rate. 25 or 30fps is a good place to start!
Resizing your timelapse
Decide if you want to resize your timelapse or not. If you’re working with large photos, consider setting the width to 1920px
Setting your quality
Set your quality. If you’re just doing a quick export to see what the timelapse looks like, go for low. Otherwise high or max will give you the best quality.
Select your export destination
Choose where you would like your timelapse to end up. We suggest simply sending the final product back to the original images folder.
Encoding your timelapse
Click ‘encode’, sit back and relax! When the encoding has finished, go to the folder you created in step 1 and you’ll find your timelapse video!