Batch Rendering RRS feed

  • Question

  • Because the rendering can take so long, I'd like to be able to queue a bunch of <g class="gr_ gr_63 gr-alert gr_spell ContextualSpelling ins-del multiReplace" data-gr-id="63" id="63">hyperlapses</g> in a row and then have them batch render over night.
    Sunday, May 31, 2015 4:01 PM

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  • Batch rendering would definitely be a great option !! Especially since the windows version is really useful to post-process files.
    Thursday, June 11, 2015 7:26 PM
  • I agree, rendering takes a lot of time (especially in advanced settings), and I'd like to do the cutting with my usual Video Editor using the hyperlapse files. As I have plenty of them (let's say about thirty video files from my GoPro, it would be awesome, nearly a must have, to do this in a batch over night!
    Thursday, September 17, 2015 5:52 PM
  • I think the program may render a different path if you choose only small segments of the video, particularly at the start and end of the segment. If you want to change the speed of the hyperlapse through a video, you need to render the whole video first so it has found the path from start to finish, then you render specific segments at whatever rate you wish.

    This is time intensive. Much better would be to select segments of the video within the hyperlapse program that run at different speeds, such as slowing down to x2-x4 when an interesting event or scene occurs and speeding up to x8 or more in between. You could even have a deceleration effect from X8 -> x4 over a few seconds to smooth the transition.

    The software is just too limited in the tools it provides at the moment.

    Tuesday, September 29, 2015 3:59 AM
  • You could just stitch all of the clips together with or without markers embeded in the meta data, then process the entire file, and use the markers to relocate the individual clips in your editing software. Seems like an awful workaround, but it might save you the time of sitting there and watching each clip stabilize. I agree that this is one of the best tools for stabilization. It might be worth it.
    Thursday, September 14, 2017 3:27 PM