How to Make MOTION BLUR Time Lapse Videos in Premiere

Creating Motion Blur Time Lapse Videos only with Premiere

Did you know you can do time lapse / hyper lapse – like – videos (and you can add motion blur in your videos) straight in Adobe Premiere Pro? YES, it is possible and in this video we are gonna check out how it is done. Of course you don’t have so many possibilities here in Premiere – than in After Effects – but since its possible this is good to know.

Well, how to make time lapse effect with motion blur just with Premiere Pro?

IT’s very SIMPLE! It is done by right clicking your video -> the go to SPEED / DURATION option -> change your video’s speed to be greater (like 2000 – 5000%) and change the “frame interpolation” -option to be FRAME BLENDING”. You can adjust the speed more or less depending how hard you want the timelapse effect to be. This depends of course on your other videos and cuts around this timelapse video and overall pacing. But yeah, with this is simple trick how how you make your videos to mimic the time lapse effect only with Premiere.

More adjustments with After Effects

I recommend to do this in After Effects (if you have the possibility) because you will have more options and adjustments there, but if you only have Premiere, this is how its done in it. Hope this helps you somehow, I just wanted to talk about this a little bit. Cheers!

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