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7 thoughts on “Time Lapse

  1. (1) Is this something to do with Art? (The furniture, I mean. Your movie obviously is.)

    (2) What’s the animal scuttling across the lawn? A pheasant?

  2. Yes. It’s used in my sister’s degree show.

    It is, indeed, a pheasant. Many pheasants hang out in the garden. One features in my sister’s work (but not at the same time as her model, who doesn’t like them!)

    1. Yes. It’s used in my sister’s degree show.
    2. It is, indeed, a pheasant. Many pheasants hang out in the garden. One features in my sister’s work (but not at the same time as her model, who doesn’t like them!)
  3. Fantastic! Loved the pheasant! And – even on dial-up noo problem in viewing. Can one slow it down at all? Bit fast for oldies!

  4. Well, you could save it to disk, open it in Quicktime and use A/V Controls (Command-K) to change the playback speed (this may require Quicktime Pro).

    But that would rather defeat the purpose of the time-lapse element…

  5. Well, you could save it to disk, open it in Quicktime and use A/V Controls (Command-K) to change the playback speed (this may require Quicktime Pro).

    But that would rather defeat the purpose of the time-lapse element…

  6. Well, you could save it to disk, open it in Quicktime and use A/V Controls (Command-K) to change the playback speed (this may require Quicktime Pro).

    But that would rather defeat the purpose of the time-lapse element…

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