Create a time-lapse movie

In this tutorial we’ll make an illustration to animate with stop-motion, capturing the making of the work and processing it into a movie using Adobe Premiere Pro. You’ll learn how to create a time-lapse video on a camera and what equipment works best.

I’ll also explain the process of capturing your drawing in pictures, ready to convert to a movie. Bear in mind that the encoding process is quite slow, so if you have thousands of frames in your movie, it will take longer.


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