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This Time Lapse Music Video Uses Three Years of Footage

 - Jan 16, 2014
References: youtube & sploid.gizmodo
YouTuber Matt Peron took on an ambitious project when he began recording three years worth of footage for a time lapse music video. Using Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now, Peron edited his years of footage together into a single video of him lip syncing to front man Freddy Mercury’s vocals.

The resulting time lapse music video is a wonderful testament to how advances in video recording technology and a skilled hand can create a stunning amateur video. The viewer can watch Matt Peron age back and forth and the aging footage is played forward and backward over the course of the song. The amount of effort and time put into the video as well as the careful and accurate editing create an excellent testament to the creator's dedication.