Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Help for a timelapse software
- Rick Drew wrote:
> Actually QuickTime Pro does crossfade - that's the default.I thought that with QT it was possible to store as just a sequence of
images and set it to have the player do the fading and save a tone of
intermediate frames from being stored. I don't have QT pro to test.
You could use PowerPoint to do this.
jwatters @ photocreations . ca
- Quoting crane@...:
> Quoting Fulvio Senore <mailing@...>:this has unleashed a whole string of memories. I remember the new cameraman
> > Hello,
> > I have a lot of photographs taken handheld everyday from the same place.
> > I have used PTGui to align them and I am very satisfied of the result.
> > Now I would like to create a movie from those images, with a cross fade
> > among them. Something like an Irfanview slideshow.
> > I have tried QuickTime Pro, but it does not have the cross fade.
> > Can anybody recommend me a software that does what I need?
> I would have done that in the camera, drive the rostrum cameraman crazy.
> what is it called adobe premier or something ?
coming up to me with my dope sheet in his hands fuming at the complexity of my
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- You may also be interested in Photo2Movie.
It's for both Mac and PC.
I was quite interested in its ability to also work with QTVR images, but was
disappointed that, that was only available in the Mac version of the
)From: Sacha Griffin
)I have seen several commercials like this.. that are very neat.
)Otherwise, for the ken burns (crap) you might try many of the
)dvd slideshow programs I'm sure they might have intermediate
)For the main software co, I would try
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)[mailto:PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Fulvio Senore
)Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2008 3:49 PM
)Subject: [PanoToolsNG] Help for a timelapse software
)I have a lot of photographs taken handheld everyday from the
)I have used PTGui to align them and I am very satisfied of the result.
)Now I would like to create a movie from those images, with a
)cross fade among them. Something like an Irfanview slideshow.
)I have tried QuickTime Pro, but it does not have the cross fade.
)Can anybody recommend me a software that does what I need?
)Thanks in advance