You know it's always best to shoot in RAW when doing a time-lapse, because of the higher quality images. But if you're like me, you're anxious to see the results as soon as possible. It takes a lot of time to process a RAW image sequence and then fire up After Effects (or other editor) to make a video.
Now you can get instant gratification with RAW, through two great new features in GBDeflicker 2 (Windows Application).
1) New Canon RAW file support
GBDeflicker can now import sequences of Canon RAW files (.cr2 or .crw) in addition to .jpeg, .gif, .png, .bmp and .tif files. It will deflicker the images and output a sequence of .jpg, .bmp, .png or .tif files. Take the deflickered output and run it through the video program of your choice (After Effects, Premiere, etc.).
2) New preview video
GBDeflicker can make an output video (.mp4 format) of your image sequence. This is a great way to get a quick look at your work without the need to run After Effects or some other video program.
Normally processing a RAW image sequence is a time-consuming task, but now you can drop your RAW image folder onto GBDeflicker and make a quick-look video in just a few minutes. You just set the preview image width (320, 640, 720, 1280 or 1920) and leave the rest to GBDeflicker.
Watch this short video to see how quick and easy it is...