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In article <news.rcn.net>, Phil Lefebvre <edu> wrote:   There´s also ConvertToMovie which can do this. I think it is free? ..lauri...

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    In article <news.rcn.net>,
    Phil Lefebvre <edu> wrote:
     

    There´s also ConvertToMovie which can do this. I think it is free?

    ..lauri
    l Guest

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    In comp.sys.mac.apps l <com.invalid> wrote:
     

    This might also be possible with iMovie.

    stan@temple.edu Guest

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    AES/newspost wrote in message ... 


    You can do this in iMovie (though if you use iMovie 3 make sure the Ken
    Burns effect is OFF). It's easy to do but will require some hoops depending
    on how many frames per second you want the movie to run. You might need to
    set the minimum as one second, then play the movie at 2x-3x speed to a DV
    file, reimport the DV file, speed it up again, etc. to get to 30 fps.


    Jeff Guest

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    Jeff Price posted on 8/6/03 9:49 AM:
     
    >
    >
    > You can do this in iMovie (though if you use iMovie 3 make sure the Ken
    > Burns effect is OFF). It's easy to do but will require some hoops depending
    > on how many frames per second you want the movie to run. You might need to
    > set the minimum as one second, then play the movie at 2x-3x speed to a DV
    > file, reimport the DV file, speed it up again, etc. to get to 30 fps.
    >[/ref]
    One of the best free solutions is to use"batch"in app *Graphic Converter*.
    There you select the folder of pics..and then a destination folder.
    Before you hit the'Convert'button(top & center) simply set your
    compression/frame-rate..quality..etc. in "Options"(bottom left).
    [conversely, you may get a dialogue when you hit 'convert' that asks
    you to name the movie file.. and your prefs for it.

    What is fantastic about *GC* is being able to do special filters
    scaling and effects.. all within thje "options panel".
    Check it out.!!. Very Kool ; )

    w
    K

    King Guest

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