I got such a great response on my last post-production time-lapse that I decided to do another one for a big project I did at my day job for the United Way of Metropolitan Nashville and their Stuff the Bus 2013 Days of Action. This was a fun project that had editing, but also included a much heavier motion graphics element than the KIPP video I did, so it seemed like it would be perfect to record my screen as I worked. Here’s the time-lapse of my work on it:
And here’s the finished piece:
For those curious, all of this footage was shot on Panasonic HVX200’s. I did all of the editing in Premiere CC and all of the motion graphics and color grading (there wasn’t too much of it on this project due to deadlines) in After Effects CC. The only two non-standard plugins I used were Trapcode Particular and Magic Bullet Colorista Free.
If you have any questions about my workflow, what’s happening at a specific part of the video, how I did one part or another, just let me know in the comments. I’d be happy to answer them!