Using Instagram Hyperlapse for YouTube
Every year, the El Paso Symphony Orchestra puts together a free concert at the Abraham Chavez Theatre called the “Young People’s Concerts” 10,000 kiddos came to visit us at work over the last 3 days and I got the opportunity to get off my bum and make a video!
If my workload could be divided into 10 pie slices, multimedia would probably be about 7 slices and social media is more like 3. No complaints here – I love learning new things and I love having some creative sway in my work!
When Instagram’s new Hyperlapse product came out in mid-2014, I downloaded the app and made a (sort of) boring video with it. I decided that it wasn’t right for my social media work, deleted the app and put it out of my mind. For context, here’s the first video I made:
I gave Hypselapse another try for the ‘Young People’s Concerts’ and as you can see from the YouTube video, it went well! I saved each Hyperlapse on my phone without sharing to social media, transferred the video files from my phone to my desktop, then composed the whole video in Adobe Premiere and edited the audio in Adobe Audition.