use-revolution Digest, Vol 60, Issue 34

Judy Perry katheryn.swynford at
Tue Sep 16 22:58:03 CDT 2008

Not as cheap but a better solution (perhaps?) would be to use ambrosia
software's SnapzPro Movie:

I think it's something like US$70, but I just bought it (and
previously bought it as well) and I've always been happy with it.

My apologies if this ground has already been covered or the suggestion
is inappropriate.



On Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 12:43 PM, John Vokey <vokey at> wrote:
> Use GraphicConvertor (it can be used freely) on the snapshots to create a
> gif movie, setting the timing for each shot, then covert to qt format.
> On 16-Sep-08, at 11:00 AM, use-revolution-request at wrote:
>> Snapper is not working like I'd hoped, at least with my primitive
>> eMac. The problem seems to be that the display is not always fully
>> rendered for the screen 'snap', so that the image sometimes is
>> incomplete. Too bad, because this could be an easy way to accomplish
>> what I need to do. I will borrow a much more capable Mac and try
>> again. However, it looks like exporting snapshots from Revolution and
>> then creating a qt movie from the saved images might be the most
>> reliable way to render the sequence of images as a qt movie. I'm open
>> to suggestions about the best way to create a qt movie from the saved
>> snapshot images.
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