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Time lapse

I am looking to time lapse the construction progress on a building spanning over 4 moths or so.

The camera will be setup and take down daily. 

What is the best option to make a time lapse video once the progress is completed?

photo or video?

is there an easy way to combine all photos/videos to make one complete video?


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GoPro
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Re: Time lapse

Hi @jmlcolorado,

 

Check out this thread where there a lot of good ideas for a longer time lapse.

 

https://community.gopro.com/t5/Cameras/3-month-time-lapse-Can-GoPro-cam-be-connected-to-power-source...

 

As for editing the time lapse I would take a look at what software you have for instance iMovie on a Mac or VLC on Windows and look up some tutorials online.

 

Best,

Ryan

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GoPro
Posts: 3,924

Re: Time lapse

Hi @jmlcolorado,

 

Check out this thread where there a lot of good ideas for a longer time lapse.

 

https://community.gopro.com/t5/Cameras/3-month-time-lapse-Can-GoPro-cam-be-connected-to-power-source...

 

As for editing the time lapse I would take a look at what software you have for instance iMovie on a Mac or VLC on Windows and look up some tutorials online.

 

Best,

Ryan