Sam Kittner

Sam Kittner Plus

Hello,

I have uploaded 2 short time-lapse videos and have found in both cases that once they are on vimeo I loose the first and last second of the video file. In other words the video ends prematurely compared to the native file that was uploaded. The last frame where the video ends is key, particularly in:

Where the last frame shows the person smiling.
The other video is at:

These time-lapse files are created from photo stills and assembled with quicktime 7 (image sequence) and saved as .mov files. The files play back the whole sequence when played through quicktime, itunes, and quicktime 10.0.

Is there any setting or anything I can do not to loose these precious seconds on vimeo? Otherwise the video seems to be look fine.

Link: vimeo.com/23182732 vimeo.com/23158406

Sam Kittner

Sam Kittner Plus

Oh, and by the way, the same amount of time is shown on both the native .mov file and the vimeo player...in the case of vimeo.com/23182732 both times say 1.01 but the first and last image are not the same on the vimeo player as those images are cut out.

Link: vimeo.com/23182732

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