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Hello, Very new to video editing in general. Lamens terms would be appreciated in any responses. I saw one topic on time lapse creation, but the responses seemed to be very manually intensive, and the topic was more focused on combining multiple images than starting with a continuous video. I'm wondering if someone else knows about an automated method that VideoPad may have recently added as a feature, plugin, or other more simple manual method than that discussed previously on these forums. Thanks in advance, Dave
I'm looking for suggestion on a work around. I do mostly woodworking videos. Some of the projects I video have long (~15+ min) sections that I'd like to do sort of like a timelapse, condensing it down to under a minute. Currently, the maximum clip speed is 800%. To get a 15 minute video under a minute, I'd need ~ 1600% clip speed. I submitted a suggestion to increase the max clip speed about a month ago, but who knows if it'll ever be implemented. I've found a way to do what I need which is time consuming, but was hoping that someone may have a suggestion on a quicker or easier way to achieve the same result. What I've been doing is to create a new project with just the clip that I need 'condensed'. I change clip speed to 800% and export it as a new clip. I then load the new clip into my 'final' project and am able to increase it 800% again. Is there a way that this can be done without saving a whole new clip in a seperate project? Any suggestions are appreciated.