Time lapse of home constructed start to finish

author Weaver Companies, Inc   7 год. назад
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How to build your own swimming pool. All process, step by step (in only 30 minutes).

My detailed time-lapse video shows the complete swimming pool building process, start to finish, in just 30 minutes. It will give you a good idea of what it takes to put the swimming pool in your own backyard. I'm sure it will inspire you to turn your dream into a reality! If you want to see our pool one year after it was built go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qRJMfp7eLY

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Workshop-Garage Timelapse.wmv

Over 10,000 images have been compiled into a 5 minute video showing the construction of a 32' x 48' barn-style, garage/workshop.

A time lapse project of a custom home built by Weaver Homes -- a division of Weaver Companies, Inc. Original footage was captured at 1 photo every 30 seconds over a 6 month period resulting in 45 days of capture and over 70,000 photos. Images we edited in Adobe Lightroom 3, combined in Quicktime Pro at 30 frames/sec and compiled in iMovie 11. Most clips were then sped up by 200-400% to produce this short movie. Enjoy!

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