Export sequence of pictures as quicktime movie
jssaults at gmail.com
Tue Sep 16 09:56:19 CDT 2008
Thanks for the suggestions. Joe's idea of a slide show is OK, but
that essentially what I have already. I need to convert the stimuli
to media that this researcher is already prepared to use with her
infant research lab setup, and that seems to be a Quicktime movie.
The EnhancedQT seems very powerful and flexible for controlling and
editing QT movies, but I don't see how to use it to create a QT
movie from scratch. I think that Snapper can do what I need. I
already can display the images using Revolution; that's what my
original program does. It looks like Snapper can record these images
in real time and produce a QT movie of these stimulus displays with
the same timings. I will try it. Thanks again!
J Scott Saults
Department of Psychological Sciences
University of Missouri
On Sep 16, 2008, at 4:15 AM, Mark Schonewille wrote:
> Hi Lynn,
> I like Joe's idea to make a slideshow in Rev. You could even make a
> tool that creates these slideshows automatically.
> Perhaps not exactly what you have in mind, but you could use a
> screen recorder to record the animation into a QuickTime movie.
> Here's a screen recorder created with Revolution: <http://
> Since it is possible to create a simple screen recorder with
> Revolution, it is also possible to create a movie directly from
> your stack. Check out the EnhancedQT external (should be the first
> hit in your favorite search engine). I use it to create my movies.
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