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    Hi All

    I have a network camera taking regular snapshots of building work we have going on, I have my pictures but just wondered what software you use to put them altogether into a single film. I've tried windows movie maker with what I have so far, but there's just too many images for it to process and seems to fall over

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    .... I'm also interested since I'm doing the same thing.

    Last time I tried this type of thing was with one of those snowmen that grew when you added water. I made an animated gif out of it but it was HUGE!!.

    HBJB

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    Tilaphos any good?

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    There is a program called MonkeyJam that can take a folder of pictures and turn it into a film. We use it for animation club (kids take lots of random photos and then Monkeyjam stiches them all together) but sounds like it could do this too.

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    ImageMagicks 'convert' tool works pretty well for these sort of 'batch' jobs. It grew up on Linux but I believe there are win32 ports around.

    http://www.imagemagick.org

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    try the 6o day trial of premiere pro cs3

    its not that expensive to buy either, and is bloody excellent.

    on the free tack why not try avedit or blender

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