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Timelapse creation

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Aug 01, 2020

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Lightroom Classic 9.3 (current version)

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Lightroom creates .mp4 files

QuickTime 10 creates .mov files

the format cannot be changed in either case

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With Lightroom, I can create timelapse movies using the “Slideshow” module.

There are 100 photos and my default is 24 fps and the 720 size in the “Export Video” dialog box. Unfortunately, there is a constant flickering in the finished mp4 film, as if there was a black photo after every photo ... Using 30 fps (720 or 1080), I only see the first image and then when I start the film, I see a black screen. ONLY at 480 and 640 and 24 fps it works.

If I create the film externally with QuickTime 10 (.mov), it works wonderfully with all sizes and fps settings!

When I searched the Internet, I also found the option to create movies using Photoshop! It works too…

 

But why isn't Lightroom working? Or are there any parameters that need to be adjusted here?

 

Best regards Wolfgang

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Timelapse creation

Community Beginner ,
Aug 01, 2020

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Lightroom Classic 9.3 (current version)

Apple Mac Mini

Lightroom creates .mp4 files

QuickTime 10 creates .mov files

the format cannot be changed in either case

- - - - - - 

With Lightroom, I can create timelapse movies using the “Slideshow” module.

There are 100 photos and my default is 24 fps and the 720 size in the “Export Video” dialog box. Unfortunately, there is a constant flickering in the finished mp4 film, as if there was a black photo after every photo ... Using 30 fps (720 or 1080), I only see the first image and then when I start the film, I see a black screen. ONLY at 480 and 640 and 24 fps it works.

If I create the film externally with QuickTime 10 (.mov), it works wonderfully with all sizes and fps settings!

When I searched the Internet, I also found the option to create movies using Photoshop! It works too…

 

But why isn't Lightroom working? Or are there any parameters that need to be adjusted here?

 

Best regards Wolfgang

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