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#1 jkochuni
Is there a general rule of thumb on rotation distance and time? Is 30 degrees a good rotation over two hours? I know that it will vary given the interval between captures, and FPS of the final time-lapse. Just trying to find a general guide. Thanks in advance.
#2 gwegner
The rule of thumb is make the rotation as little as possible, as slow as possible. Most rotations are too fast and look awkward.
The only thing that matters is the number of images and the degree of the rotation. So make enough images and use a small degree only.
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