I am doing a time lapse that requires about 36 hours, however my equipment limits me to a rather short-duration interval. The longest time lapse setting available is one photo every 60 seconds. The math works out to be 2160 photos -- which seems daunting since the format is RAW. I'm praying my 64GB SD card can handle the onslaught.
What I typically do for timelapse photos is:
1. open Adobe Premiere Pro 2. navigate to import media 3. check image sequence box 4. boom, done
However, right now, I'm afraid to use this method for this particular project; I'm concerned about crashes or ungodly rendering times. It would be nice if I could chop things down to one picture every 15 minutes, but I'm not sure how to do that manually.
Is there anything I can do to ease the strain on system resources beforehand? Or can anyone with experience on high-count image time lapses share their preferred solutions?