Time lapse not selecting all images
I am making a trial time lapse video. I have a folder containing 115 files. When I try to make the video ON1 only uses 57 of them.
The files are RAW (NEF). None have been edited in any way.
I am either using "Select All" or Select-Shift-Select which gives all files in the folder green borders.
My system is Windows 11, 8GB, AMD Ryzen 5 2600X Six-Core Processor 3.60 GHz, GeForce GTX 1051 Ti
Sorry, no suggestions. I can't find any mention of a limit for the number of files. I think you should contact On1 support and ask them about it. They'll need the info requested in this article to determine if it's a limitation of your PC.
I had troubles with this too until I watched Dylan's tutorial on how to shoot them.
It's for Plus members. https://www.on1.com/videos/introduction-to-time-lapse-photography/0
Thank you both for you replies.
I followed Brian's suggestion and watched the video (which I had watched before) and could see no difference between what I was doing and what Dylan was doing. I had also photographed another two sequences.
The two sequences were shot with same camera but two different lenses - I wanted to see if camera settings were causing the issue. Short answer - no
After some experimentation, I found that increasing in stages the number of selected images resulted in all the selected images being processed.
So it would appear to be some sort of memory issue (I think).
I shall contact ON1 Support as Rick suggests and see what they say.
Meanwhile I have some images to play with.
I have solved it! The "speed" controls the number of "frames". 157 images at a speed of 0.5 gives 57 frames (which was the setting). Obvious when you know!0
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