When we use our Nikon D7000 DSLR for shooting time-lapse sequences, I know how to edit them, transfer them to TIFF files, and load them into Adobe PP CS5.5 in my Windows7 PC to set up the time-lapse sequence. Some of the time it works fine, but more often it does NOT. Especially if it's a long sequence lasting 30 seconds or more.
BTW - I have the GBDeflicker plug-in which removes most of the DSLR flicker problems.
But, most of the time, this whole process of loading in time-lapse just does not work smoothly and problem-less.
**Is there a program that I can use to create the time-lapse sequences OUTSIDE PP-CS5.5 while maintaining optimum quality, then bring them into CS5.5 to be cut in with R3D shots done with our Red-One ?
The individual images MUST be TIFF files of course, and the flicker would still need to be removed later in CS5.5.
I would greatly appreciate any help, guidance, or suggestions with this problem.
And, no, we cannot use our Red-One for the time-lapse sequences.
Thanks for your time.