Joined: Feb 2011
You can use LRTimelapse as well with Bridge/ACR/Photoshop to get nice time lapse movies.
- Open Adobe Bridge
- Navigate to the Folder with your time lapse sequence
- Select all images (Ctrl-A)
- Open in Camera RAW (Ctrl-R)
- Change development settings for the first image of the sequence
- Select all images
- Hit Synchronize, chose to sync everything
- Edit the last image of the sequence if you want to make a transition
- Hit Done.
- Back in Bridge make sure the images have sequential suffixes
Now open Photoshop
- Chose File -> Open
- Navigate to the folder with your image sequence
- Select the first image
- Check "image sequence"
- Hit Open.
- Chose a frame rate, i.e. 30 fps
- You can check if the whole sequence was loaded under Window -> Workspace -> Motion. If only one image was loaded, the numbering of your files is not correct. I made best experiences with test-1000.jpg, test-1001.jpg and so on. (You can use the batch rename function in bridge to achieve this)
- Now you can render the video via File->Export->Render Video.
Please make sure that you make every Image manipulation in Camera Raw, don't make any image manipulations in Photoshop!