7 Replies Latest reply on Nov 2, 2013 1:58 PM by Steven L. Gotz

# How to make a still shot move to the next in milliseconds

When I take multiple pictures of a subject  one each day of that same subject, How can I change the duration speed to go from picture to picture in milliseconds with out there being a black screen inbetween shots on through the timeline view window.

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Images can not cycle in milliseconds.

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Adobe premier is superior and all other programs come second, so why do the still frames cycle too slow? can it be reset  to a different dial speed for an ideal result?

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Motion images are played back at the rate of the "player".  eg a projector, a tv, a DVD etc...

They have a frame rate that is fixed by the player system. eg 25, 24, 50 frames per second.

Simplified:

Divide one  second by the frame rate and that tells you the duration the frame is displayed for in parets off a second.  eg. 1 second / 25 = 1/25th of a second or 1second/24= 1/48th of a second.

Miiliseconds would be frames at an unviewable rate..

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I reduced its setting and when the changes took place I expected it to flip like a picture flip book sort of an animation feature I used in animation class where your drawing are framed by pages and shot with a type of animation camera hooked up to the vcr. should I go back to this method for jpegs from a dslr camera.

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Before we go too far, how many pages (images) do you want to display in one second?

There is a point at where there are so many that it will be way to smooth to look anything like a flip-book. My guess is that even 24 per second is too many so you will have to either repeat frames to get an effective rate of 12 images per second, or create a sequence using 12 frames per second. Or 15. Or whatever suits you.

Now, the next question is: What do you mean by "black screen"?

The inages should change from one to another without any black screen in between. You just need to make sure you are not leaving blank spots on the sequence.

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The black screen could be due to a picture frame ratio and size, although when the speed and durations settings are back to default the pictures lag to go from first to last, and when I reset the speed and durations to the lowest possible frame rate a black screen comes between one picture and the next for all the sequences.

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Can you post a picture of a zoomed in timeline?

What frame rate are you using in your sequence? What frame size are the images, and what is the frame size of the sequence? How did you create your sequence?

What is the duration of each image?

I can put large images on the timeline, one or more frames each, and I don't get black between them. And no lag. So there is something odd about your setup or your images, or something. I would be happy to work with you on this until it is resolved. But I need additional information.