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Time lapse GoPro 5

Al hacer un time lapse con GoPro 5, el brillo del video se auto ajusta y va cambiando, lo que genera un video con diferentes brillos.
Qué cambios debo hacer para que la GoPro no realice auto ajustes de brillo?

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Re: Time lapse GoPro 5

 

 

Hi @felipeled1

 

These articles may be helpful:

How to Smooth Exposure Transition in Time-lapse Videos (If you have GoPro Studio installed. You may check the equivalent option on other editors.)

What is Exposure Control?

 

Thanks!

Ej

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Re: Time lapse GoPro 5

 

 

Hi @felipeled1

 

These articles may be helpful:

How to Smooth Exposure Transition in Time-lapse Videos (If you have GoPro Studio installed. You may check the equivalent option on other editors.)

What is Exposure Control?

 

Thanks!

Ej

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Re: Time lapse GoPro 5

Hello! Thank you very much for your response, but the problem remains, the exposure changes as the time-lapse progresses
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Re: Time lapse GoPro 5

 

Hi @felipeled1,

 

Try to use protune on and set a fixed exposure and ISO. 

 

Auto ISO and Exposure ruins timelapse. 

 

Try to check the best exposure and try to calculate if you have a timelapse from day to night or from night to day. 

 

Normally if you want to have a timelapse from night to day you can try EV 0 or -1 
If you want from day to night you may try 0 or +1
ISO MIN and MAX 100 or MIN and MAX 800.

Don't use 2 ISO i.e (Min 100 Max 800)

Let us know if issue will persist. 

 

Thanks,

-Jay 

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Re: Time lapse GoPro 5

Hi @graytree76514,

 

Protune is not available for Timelapse Video, therefore I can not adjust ISO nor EV.

What I did was to follow your advice to set the exposure locked and it turned out to be perfect.

 

Thank you very much for your help