I did a quick write up: http://www.canonrumors.com/forum/index.php/topic,2838.0.html
Props for figuring out a free way to put together time lapses.
For anyone with adobe software, I use two programs for time lapse. First I bring all the photos into Adobe Bridge. You can make adjustments to one photo in this program and then apply those changes to all the rest by copying and pasting the development settings. Then, in Adobe After Effects locate the first file in the photo sequence in the import and just make sure the box is checked to import an image sequence. After Effects will even import RAW photos. After that you just have to put it in a sequence and export it.
I've also started to do some HDR time lapse as well which gets a bit trickier, but essentially there's just an extra step of using the program Photomatix to batch import HDR shots first.
For anyone serious about getting into time lapse, there are tons of resources online--just google it and you should find something.