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im just starting with timelapse photography as well and since ive had past experience with adobe products I found that after effects work really good and straight forward and if you are shooting raw lightroom is perfect for batch editing them before after effects.


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Avidemux is a good tool for this purpose. Open source, free. It is the easiest. Just open the first image from the folder in which you have the sequence. It automatically populates the rest for you! Then you have to export it as video.


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You can also use Panolapse. It supports: Panning Zooming Deflicker Autoexposure Fisheye lense It is free for resolutions up to 1280x720.



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