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Subject: How to cut single images to a movie?
I have renderd single images (bitmaps) for a short movie and now I want to cut them together to a film, avi or whatever. But it seems that there is no tool to do this. Tools like the Ulead Video studio or Windows MovieMaker seem to only be able to cut film files together to film files. I know that the Adobe Suite can manage single images, but this it too expensive for me.
What are the dimensions of the frames in pixels? That's also ging to affect memory usage. But all in all it seems like you should be able to assemble tis in PD Pro (Project Dogwaffle Professional)
Check thebest3d.com for detail on Dogwaffle versions. Some free trial/demo versions avalable there too. But probably can't save to Avi wth those. Still, the free v5 at squirreldome should work for image sequences and export to AVI.
Very nice Namobor, good resource to know about, thanks for sharing. I'll add it to my gamedev links at thebest3d.com/gamedev
Looks like they have a bunch of cool tools.
One more that comes to mind, if you have the Pro version of Quicktime I'm pretty sure you can also use it to load an image sequence and save it as Quicktime and other video formats, AVI too but perhaps not many codec choices from Quicktime.
Attached Link: Adobe CS2 Download link
ou can download and use Adobe premiere cs2 which adobe is giving the whole suite away. you can place your graphics in the video editor in a series.
Though I would convert them to JPG or PNg for small video wt size.
Adobe creative suite 2 Download link