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Time lapse animation software???

 
John_TX
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Dec 01, 2007 18:05 |  #1

I have a web cam outside that saves a small jpeg every minute.
Are there any free software programs that will allow me to load possibly a days worth of the jpeg pictures into it and create some sort of animated file? (e.g. a gif or even something like a avi/divx).
Is there any way to do this in CS3?


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Dec 01, 2007 21:46 |  #2

UnFREEz will animate GIFs & is drag & drop.
http://www.whitsoftdev​.com/unfreez/external link


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Dec 01, 2007 21:57 |  #3

John_TX wrote in post #4421360external link
I have a web cam outside that saves a small jpeg every minute.
Are there any free software programs that will allow me to load possibly a days worth of the jpeg pictures into it and create some sort of animated file? (e.g. a gif or even something like a avi/divx).
Is there any way to do this in CS3?

yep in photoshop cs3 or in flash

in photoshop

click on the first pic before clicking open you should see a box that needs checked image sequence box needs to be checked




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