Hello, I've been trying to practice using zoom transitions between time lapse and hyper lapse scenes, in an attempt to give the impression of each scene being part of a journey between different locations. I am using Lightroom and LRTimelapse to process the DNG sequence, captured in RAW on a Canon 600d, then opening the images in After Effects as a RAW sequence. Because the images are large in size, I rendered out proxy files using the Cineform codec and a much smaller resolution. This took a few hours, but made the preview speed when editing significantly more tolerable. As well as applying several effects, for the transitions, I used keyframes with scale and position to create to zoom, then enabled motion blur. I then used Media Encoder to render out the final clip into H.264 for YouTube. It's only a 55 second clip but it took about 20 hours to render at 4K. The second scene is from the camera mounted in front of the passenger seat of the car. I plan to re-shoot this scene with a proper camera mount that attaches to the window and more importantly, a much shorter interval. I used a 6 second interval, no filter and a pretty quick shutter speed. This resulted in a staccato effect and gave the impression of moving way too fast through the scene, even at 24fps. For the final scene at the end, I experimented with an external flash. I ran in to some problems with the flash not firing every time, and then problems with the camera missing intervals. I think this was to do with batteries taking longer to charge the flash as they became more discharged. I need to do some more testing and see if adjusting the interval and reducing the flash power solves the issues. Any tips or comments would be greatly appreciated.