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Frank Hayas
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on Mar 31, 2020 at 9:13:23 am

hi to all
I have something that I dont know if it is possible to do
thinking I was making a video and dont checking my gopro settigs first I did a timelapse
Im learning working editing with sonyvegas 13 ( just a few months )
so I have 700 frames 3264x2448x24 in a file
can anybody tell me how to configurate sonyvegas render to reverse to a normal 24 or 29 frames for second? I want to see it as a normal video speed
Ive triyng lot of settings but as Im newby in edition Im lost as a goat in a garage
would you help me?


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Francisco Hayas
Re: timelapse
on Apr 2, 2020 at 6:21:16 am

Nodody know about it?


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Matthew Jeschke
Re: timelapse
on Apr 2, 2020 at 4:32:19 pm

I am not sure I understand what you're asking. Here's what I think you're asking...

Render reverse?

Right click video on timeliene and select reverse from context menu.

Conform to another frame rate?

1. Set desired frame rate in your project settings. FILE -> PROPERTIES
2. Right click video on timeline. Select properties from context menu. Click "Conform to project frame rate"

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Francisco Hayas
Re: timelapse
on Apr 3, 2020 at 4:03:46 am

Thats what I did first
" conform to project rate "
And as it is a timelapse the final render video
run at same speed....too fast
There should be a way to configurate the render settings to a normal video settings I mean 29 fps
Its not any of render reverse....
At sonyvegas timeline there are 700 images
The question is how to set the render to make a video at 29 fps...
Sorry for my english I do my best
Thanks a lot


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Robert Strong
Re: timelapse
on Apr 15, 2020 at 7:27:20 pm

You can slow down a video clip, but not a picture. You say you have 700 pic's on your timeline. You might try rendering the 700 pic's first, and then start a new project with the new video clip. Then you can slow down your new video clip using time stretch, (ctrl + drag the clip)

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Francisco Hayas
Re: timelapse
on Apr 16, 2020 at 7:14:21 am

Thanks for your replay
I did what you say and the video slowdow but not
at the speed enough as a normal video l mean 29fps
One more time thanks


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Robert Strong
Re: timelapse
on Apr 16, 2020 at 6:09:26 pm

Then you have to rerender the video again, then timestretch the new render again, until you get the speed slowdown you desire.

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Dimitrios Papadimitriou
Re: timelapse
on Apr 16, 2020 at 10:05:05 pm



This setting determines how long a images duration will be when first dropped onto the timeline, shorten this to whatever you wish, then redrop all the images on the timeline for a vastly shorter duration. Then you can use any other methods of speeding things up on top of that.


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