Time-lapse and WebM test
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The workflow for creating this was:
- Use Magic Lantern intervalometer to take 10s exposure every 10s. Left this going for about 20 minutes until I lost my game of 2048
- Import raw sequence into After Effects for colour grading and render
- Converted video to WebM with ffmpeg:
ffmpeg -i input.avi -c:v libvpx -crf 4 -b:v 15000K out.webm
15000K being your bitrate, and -crf being quality from 4 (best) to 26.
- There's a random all blue frame part way through the video. Not sure how that happened, but it's something I'll have to screen for in the future
- At 24 fps, I only got a few seconds of video from 20 minutes of shooting. Be more patient!
- Drastic changes in lighting are distracting when you can't see the whole landscape
On the whole though, I like the result and I'll have to try this more often.