Unicode issues ad infinitum
Joe Lewis Wilkins
pepetoo at cox.net
Tue Sep 16 00:27:59 CDT 2008
How about doing it as a slide show in Rev? That way you can fiddle
with the timing and add supporting text. That's easy. Create a series
of cards and then click File<Import As Control and then select one of
the Options "Image File, Snapshot, etc." from each card.
On Sep 15, 2008, at 9:46 PM, Lynn Saults wrote:
> tried to post this earlier today but got a message that I wasn't a
> Guess I've been too quiet for too long. I'm sorry if it get posted
> more than
> once but I'm having a hard time and haven't seen it yet.)
> I use Revolution to do psychology experiments. I have a program to
> sequences of simple visual stimuli (arrays of colored squares). A
> who does infant research wants to use these stimuli in an
> experiment. She
> presents such sequences on a Mac as quicktime movies. I have
> modified my
> program to export each stimulus display as a picture (a 'snapshot').
> there a way to export the sequence of pictures as a quicktime movie
> Revolution or to easily create a quicktime movie from a sequence of
> (snapshots)? I think I can use iMovie to make a movie from pictures,
> that seems rather tedious and clumsy, especially to get the timings
> I want.
> I would appreciate suggestions about a good way to do this, using
> alone or with externals or using other software.
> J Scott Saults, PhD
> Research Associate
> Department of Psychological Sciences
> University of Missouri
> Columbia, MO 65211
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