This video has a resolution of 4096×2304, which is four times the size of 1080p footage. It’s a beautiful way to view a Milky Way time lapse. To view this video in 4K select “Original” in the resolution menu. Perhaps even watch in on those new fancy 4K TVs coming out soon. (lol)
This Milky Way time lapse video was created using Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. Using stills shot on a Nikon D4, I first edited the stills with Adobe Camera Raw, then using After Effects complied and rendered out a video using the GoPro Cineform 4K codec. In Premier Pro I continued with the Cineform codec and exported out a 4K (4096×2304) h.264 file.
Although this video is short, I will eventually create longer videos in 4K resolution. The Cineform Codec from GoPro is absolutely amazing for working with 4K files. I have an Apple Quad Core i7 iMac with 12GB of ram and it handles the Cineform files nicely. More info on Cineform can be found here: http://www.cineform.com
Equipment used was the Nikon D4 & Nikon 14-24mm f2.8 lens @14mm.
30 second exposures, ISO 3200, WB 4000K.
Music is “Neon-City” by Simon Wilkinson: http://www.thebluemask.com
Simon’s YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/thebluemask72
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