Time-lapse is a fun thing to do. Whether looking at clouds, plants, or in my case, cooking food, time-lapse is a way to make things a bit more exciting. Fortunately, it is quite easy to do in Linux.
The easiest way I have found to do time-lapse in Linux is by using my favorite video editor, Kdenlive. If you do not already have it, you can download it here.
Click on the down arrow next to the "Add Clip" icon and select "Add Slideshow Clip."
Now select the folder that contains all your images. Make sure that the images are in the correct order.
Once the images are selected, you can change the frame duration. I set mine to 00:00:00:01. Press OK after you have done that.
Drag the clip onto the timeline, then press the "Render" icon.
Choose a preset setting or make your own, then press "Render to File."
You are done! Congrats. You now have a time-lapse video.
Here is the video I made: