Rev and Psychological sciences [was Re: Export sequence of pictures as quicktime movie]
francois.chaplais at mines-paristech.fr
Tue Sep 16 10:13:23 CDT 2008
Le 16 sept. 08 à 16:56, Lynn Saults a écrit :
> 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
> Research Associate
> Department of Psychological Sciences
> University of Missouri
Hi! i'm jumping into this thread to ask if any of you has written (or
even only thought of) a stack for autistic children.
We can discuss off-list.
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