iPhone Time Lapse will not encode

Community Beginner ,
Feb 02, 2021 Feb 02, 2021

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I have an iPhone 12 Time Lapse that I have placed into a video. It previews fine, but it will not encode into a final product. The time lapse portion freezes and does not produce the time lapse. I'm pretty sure the sequence and encoding settings are the issue, but even when I create a sequence from the file, then encode matching the sequences settings, it produces a 98% frozen screen. What am I doing wrong here???

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Community Beginner , Feb 02, 2021 Feb 02, 2021
Thanks Neil! I did find a solution similar. I ran it through the encoder and converted the .mov file to .mxf. It seems Premiere has an easier time reading the file. I'm not sure "why" this is the case. I have encoded with time-lapses before and never had an issue. No matter the case, it does appear a file conversion is needed for the time being. Thanks for the help!

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Feb 02, 2021 Feb 02, 2021

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If this is recorded as a video file of some kind, it would need to be run through HandBrake  first to convert from VFR to CFR.

 

But I'm not sure what that phone does.

 

Neil

 

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Thanks Neil! I did find a solution similar. I ran it through the encoder and converted the .mov file to .mxf. It seems Premiere has an easier time reading the file. I'm not sure "why" this is the case. I have encoded with time-lapses before and never had an issue. No matter the case, it does appear a file conversion is needed for the time being. Thanks for the help!

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May 10, 2022 May 10, 2022

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Hey I could really do with your help. My timelapse is still not exporting, I tried to convert to .mxf but that failed aswell. Can you please help?

 

Much Apperciated.

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May 10, 2022 May 10, 2022

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Give us the details on how you captured the timelapse, what your images are for format, color space & so on. As well as what you tried in converting them to mxf ... in other words, a pretty complete summation of your sequence from capture through use on the sequence.

 

Neil

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