I am going to try my hand at a music video on Monday and I need a bit of help with the post. The whole thing will be comprised of still frames and I don't know how to time things individually. I know how to import a series of still images as a unit and drop that on the timeline. I also know how to import a single image. The thing I don't understand is how I can import a series of images and spread them evenly across the timeline as a base then adjust the timing of each image seperatly. I am working on a mac in CS5.
I would a use a combination of the following:
Animation>Keyframe Assistant>Sequence Layers...
Adjust end length of individual stills with the folllowing keyboard shortcut:
Option/Alt + ]
And adjust in point of subsequent stills using the following script:
Go to end of previously edited clip by selecting the clip and hitting O, then hit Page Down to go one frame further
I am going to try my hand at a music video on Monday and I need a bit of help with the post.
Monday you will just be getting organized. A music video's post will take you twenty to sixty 8-hour days depending on your ability to preplan and how many creative types are going to tell you what to do.
Perhaps. It's a fairly straightforward concept with most of the work being done in camera.