How do I do this?Edit 00:26, September 7, 2010 (UTC)

Use an intervalometer script to capture the images, e.g. one of the following:
Build the timelapse video with a software like VirtualDub...
See also: "Intervalometer / creating time lapse videos with VirtualDub": forum link
Fe50 04:55, September 7, 2010 (UTC)

Time Lapse of TDI Engine Swap into 91 VW GTI using Sunset 4 and Ultra Intervalometer. Edit

Here is a Time lapse video I made using the following free software:

Video: Time Lapse Video of TDI Engine swap into a 91 VW GTI

CHDK to hack my Canon SD750 and run an intervalometer script (Sunset4) to capture pictures at set intervals (5 seconds)

FastStone Photo Resizer to resize all 14,000 photos. 2084x1536 to 1920x1440 (maintain aspect ratio), then crop 1920x1440 to 1920x1080 (1080P size), and add the text to the lower right corner.

MakeAVI.exe to combine the pictures into videos for each camera setup/angle at 30fps using Indeo5 codec

Audacity to edit the royalty free music form into one track that was the right length for the video and export it as a .wav

Debugmode WAX 2.0 to stitch all the videos together with fading transitions and add the music. The video was exported 1280x720 and 25fps in order to get the file below 2.0GB for Youtube. 16:13, September 1, 2011 (UTC)

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