Short hyperlapse

Short hyperlapse at Kilchurn Castle, Loch Awe.

Wish I’d given it longer and little bit of unwanted motion as flying manually.

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Does Litchi work with the M2P yet? That would be the pefect way to get HyperLapse in that kind of environment.

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Yes litchi works.

GO4 also has waypoints in hyperlapse mode. You fly to each of the points and position camera then set it as a waypoint. When you start, it goes from waypoint to waypoint and adjusts camera between.

The one I posted was 2s interval and I think 200 shots. I’d like to do a full battery.

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Really like that vid @callum , especially the clouds moving across the water

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I love that @callum nicely done mate

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Callum, That is a superb example of hyperlapse !

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Awesome m8 I expect more like this very soon from all you MP2 owners…just saying

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Cheers guys.

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Epic!!!

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@callum, how did you set up the camera? Manual mode and let it be? My first attempt was a sunset one and really didn’t work too well

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Manual focus and everything else on auto.

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Nice work Callum

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That’s such a good Hyperlapse … that a (rather whacky) Hyperlapse Badge has been created, taking it’s inspiration from @callum’s video! :+1:

Hope to see it soon, all shiny on your profile! :wink:

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Calum any chance of it being put up somewhere at full res?

That clip is 1920x1080 - straight off the M2P, I think.

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Yeah that’s the video created by the drone.

I have the raw files but they are 20MP 3:2.

I’d need to reduce to 4k and 16:9 aspect ratio.

I thought the 1080p result was good enough.

If I do a longer one I might use the extra pixels to add some motion in another direction.

I’d do it 4:3 … you’ll see more sky/ground movement at top/bottom … that might accentuate the movement!

… or look naff … but worth trying.

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Might give it a try.

Only ever did timelapses in Premiere so will need to work out how to do it with Resolve.

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Simple - drag the consecutively numbered files in and it creates a video.

Bloody hell, the raw folder for that sequence is 7.8GB!

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