First a big welcome to all my new readers! Because of the huge popularity of my little time-lapse experiment I now have even more utterly intelligent people subscribing to my RSS-feed. And yes, it’s a very good idea to subscribe to the feed because I will not overload you with posts here at eirikso.com. Subscribing to the feed or the email update gives you a nice little notification at the times when I have decided to put something new on this page.
To celebrate the fact that my excellent web host just octupled my bandwidth and quadrupled my disk space I give you the HD-version of my time-lapse experiment for download. I am currently travelling and on a dial-up connection only. Uploading the 120 MB through modem was painful. And that’s why I have to wait until I return back home before I can upload additional versions.
So, unfortunately the only version available right now is Windows Media Video 9. Download it here:
Four Seasons (1280 x 720 50p, 120 MB)
I will be back with QuickTime (for you Mac users) and Xvid (for the linux dudes) later.
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[…] Update2: The high definition version is now available here. 44 pictures taken out of our window at random times of the day and at random intervals through the year. When taking the pictures I have placed the camera up in the corner of our living room window at a place where it gets nearly the same framing for each picture. Because it’s only nearly I aligned all of them in Photoshop. Then I put them on the timeline in Sony Vegas Video. I strethced them to 5 seconds each and added a simple dissolve between all the pictures. To align them in Photoshop you start with picture number one, put the next one on a layer above and makes it 50% transparent. Then you find a place in the picture that is as solid as possible and align the two pictures until you don’t have any “ghost image” around the solid parts. […]
[…] Update2: The high definition version is now available here. […]
Checked back to see if you had done anything else. Found your HD version so I downloaded it. It is a huge file but well worth it. The details are fantastic. It is a quick way to stop and smell the roses. Thanks for sharing.
…and I see that I have promised something that will play on Mac and Linux as well. I am actually working on a new version of this video. Shorter, and with sound. I guess that’ll be a good time to release it in even more codecs.