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LRTimelapse without Lightroom?

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#1 manuschwendener.ch
Hi

Newbie here. I tried to find the answer in the forum and via google.

I just used the free trial version, that worked quite well (youtu.be/Z0fGtzN4Wfg).

Before I consider buying a private licence, I have the following questions:

- My photos were jpg only, I don't have Lightroom.
- So I used 'Render directly'

-> 'Sharpen' was not available, although it neither has * nor ** for "licence needed". Is this because my input is jpg and not raw?

-> Are all the features in the other tabs (apart from 'render directly') only available in combination with Lightroom?

Thank you
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#2 gwegner
Sharpen needs a license also. Will add the *) for next version.
LRTimelapse is meant to be used with lightroom for the workflows, editing, keyframing, deflicker holy grail etc.
Currently you are only using the imagesequence to video feature (direct render) and thus missing most of the power.
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#3 manuschwendener.ch
Thank you for your quick reply :-)
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#4 Pipobike
Thanks for help. - Meanwhile, there is LRTimelapse Pro 5.2.2 on my computer, but I assume, this has yet not be changed, did it? Meaning: To use LRTimelapse, Lightroom is also needed, isn't it?

Thanks for reply in advance,
Roland

PS:

Big wish: Adobe free workflow. The only alternative I do yet know is CaptureOne. But I must confess, I am not well informed about any other developing engines, except Iridient . And Serif (Affinity Photo, Designer, Publisher) does yet unfortunately have no tool in competition to Lr and C1 (meaning a developer engine only, currently, it is integrated in Affinity Photo and Designer)

Gunther, for your convenience, the reason I am working with C1 is simple, I am mostly Fuji shooter and by now (2019-08-02), Adobe can still not handle X-Sensor raw files correctly. Besides, C1 has the way better developing engine, specially on colours in shadows and the colour handling generally.
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#5 gwegner
LRTimelapse needs a Raw Converter. Lightroom is the most wide spread and one of the best and it offers the required interfaces that external programs like LRTimelapse need to use. I've looked at all other solutions on the market, most of them doesn't offer standardized interfaces or have other issues. Don't expect LRTimelapse to be supporting another Raw Converter in the near future.
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