The post-production side of hyperlapse photography hasn't changed much over the last decade.
You usually take your sequence, throw it in After Effects, apply a Warp Stabiliser effect to it, and repeat that process if necessary.
Every now and then you may encounter a sequence that you just can't seem to get right.
That's what happened to me, and so I decided to finally leave the Adobe realm and give Apple Motion a try.
The results might surprise you…
How to hyperlapse with Apple Motion
- Download, install and open Apple Motion
- Import your hyperlapse photo sequence by dragging it onto the Apple Motion timeline
- Go to the Behaviour button and add the Stabilize Motion Effect
- In the inspector panel click the Analyze button
- Let this process run and export your hyperlapse as a Apple Prores file
- Re-import and apply the stabilizer again or import it into After Effects to finish the process with the Warp Stabilizer
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