Portrait orientation

GrahamH posted this 08 February 2016

Hi

I am pretty new to this and have shot a series of images in portrait orientation, which I would like to keep. When I load them in the software seems to put them on their side as some form of default. I have tried to rotate them but the images are automatically crop ed, even if I remove the crop facility... can anyone help?

Last edited 03 August 2016

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TimeLapseTool posted this 09 February 2016

Hi,

Portrait orientation is supported by software (even if it is uncommon scenario)

  1. You need to rotate all frames in sequence. Right click on any frame on timeline view at the bottom of project view and choose Rotate from context menu

  2. Click on "Project" button and clear "crop" checkbox to fit images into frame. Please note that image location may be also affected by Zoom&Move effect.

Hope this helps!

Best regards,

Time-Lapse Tool team

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outofsocks posted this 23 February 2016

Okay - did the "rotate all" in the timeline view, but now I have a good movie that is rotated 90 degrees from what it should be. How do I rotate the video back so it makes sense from a viewing point of view? This is for a Milky Way timelapse.

Glen

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TimeLapseTool posted this 24 February 2016

Do you need portrait orientation for video? Time-Lapse Tool does not support such video resolutions

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outofsocks posted this 24 February 2016

That's too bad - was hoping I could choose portrait for these vertically-oriented objects like the moving Milky Way in the Northern Hemisphere. I will have to rotate my TV screen I suppose? Other than this, I like the tool!

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TimeLapseTool posted this 28 February 2016

Sorry, I'm confused. Are you using TV screen in portrait orientation? Or could you please re-word the issue please?

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