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Time lapse? Answered

Hello everybody.

Just a quick question I would like to ask.

Ive made a video of something and its i normal time. It is about 25minutes long, and i want it to be a time lapse.

Its a video, not a massive set of photos. I want to be able to fastforward it by like x32 or x20 or whatever.

Anyone know any free editing softwares where you can do this? Also, it is an AVI file.

Thanks, Hiyadudez.

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Hiyadudez
Hiyadudez

Answer 11 years ago

I've already found one, but i'll still give best answer...

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lemonie
lemonie

Answer 11 years ago

What did you find?

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Hiyadudez
Hiyadudez

Answer 11 years ago

AVS4YOU

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Shadowman39
Shadowman39

Answer 11 years ago

Thanks to me. :-)

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Hiyadudez
Hiyadudez

Answer 10 years ago

Mhm :D

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Shadowman39
Shadowman39

Answer 10 years ago

That thing costed me $70.00. :-P

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Hiyadudez
Hiyadudez

Answer 10 years ago

And it was worth it. You helped a friend...

Words of the great HIYADUDEZ!

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Shadowman39
Shadowman39

Answer 10 years ago

Lol. By the way: is it just me, or is the text on this site different?

Also, I can't get on Skype. :-(

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lemonie
lemonie

Answer 11 years ago

Thanks, I'll try to make a note of that somewhere I'm likely to find it when I might need it.

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lemonie
lemonie

Answer 10 years ago

Yea, that seems to work alright. CDs are tough sometimes eh?

L

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Hiyadudez
Hiyadudez

Answer 10 years ago

Yeah, one of the cds is one I had to cut out. It just bent XD

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The Jamalam
The Jamalam

10 years ago

On iMovie for macs, take the video, analyze it, drag it onto your timeline, click on the gear button on the clip and select the clip option, then convert it, and you can adjust the speed from there. In terms of windows, I don't know.