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How to fix the time-lapse problem in Lightroom?

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Hi guys, Hope you're doing well. I recently took around 500 picture to make a timelapse edited them downloaded a preset for timelapse but when i export them from the slideshow (both on 720p and 1080p) the video has 2 picture mixed in one frame a big one and then a smaller inside, but runs good otherwise anyone knows what is happenig or how to fix?

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The Timelapse support plugin won't help with your issue.  It's description:

 

"This plugin allows you to fade develop settings across timelapse photos, and to deinterlace a set of photos taken round-robin among a set number of locations (e.g. with a motion controller such as a camBLOCK)."

 

That plugin helps with getting a smooth transition between frames as the lighting changes dramatically ("fading").  It also helps separate out frames that were taken with a hardware motion controller.

 

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How to fix the time-lapse problem in Lightroom?

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Hi guys, Hope you're doing well. I recently took around 500 picture to make a timelapse edited them downloaded a preset for timelapse but when i export them from the slideshow (both on 720p and 1080p) the video has 2 picture mixed in one frame a big one and then a smaller inside, but runs good otherwise anyone knows what is happenig or how to fix?

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The Timelapse support plugin won't help with your issue.  It's description:

 

"This plugin allows you to fade develop settings across timelapse photos, and to deinterlace a set of photos taken round-robin among a set number of locations (e.g. with a motion controller such as a camBLOCK)."

 

That plugin helps with getting a smooth transition between frames as the lighting changes dramatically ("fading").  It also helps separate out frames that were taken with a hardware motion controller.

 

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See my reply to a similar query: 

https://community.adobe.com/t5/lightroom-classic/timelapse-issue/m-p/11500263#M206843

 

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Thanks for the detailed answer John. Can you please tell me how TimeLapes Support Plugin help me? Recommended by someone.

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The Timelapse support plugin won't help with your issue.  It's description:

 

"This plugin allows you to fade develop settings across timelapse photos, and to deinterlace a set of photos taken round-robin among a set number of locations (e.g. with a motion controller such as a camBLOCK)."

 

That plugin helps with getting a smooth transition between frames as the lighting changes dramatically ("fading").  It also helps separate out frames that were taken with a hardware motion controller.

 

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Thanks John. I got it.

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