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Old Dec 5, 2008, 10:42 PM   #1
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i saw a while back, some one used burst mode and then converted it to a movie,
i realised that on camera review, if you keep depressing the foward button it does look like a movie
can any one out there help me on how to achieve this on computer

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Old Dec 6, 2008, 9:18 AM   #2
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Assuming you are looking at a very short movie, I would think the easiest way to achieve that would be to use an animated .gif creator such as:

http://www.smartgifcreator.com/
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http://www.blumentals.net/egifan/

You could then post it on a webpage like it was a photograph and it would function as a movie.

My only experience is combining two frames into an animated gif and looping them. I was trying to decide which of two shots to keep and noticed as a flipped back and forth that it appeared everyone in the image was shaking their head "no."

You can see my meager effort at the bottom of the page here:
www.photos.thelethbridges.net

I think the ultra burst low res shots from the K20d would lend themselves to this purpose very well.

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Assuming you are looking at a very short movie, I would think the easiest way to achieve that would be to use an animated .gif creator such as:

http://www.smartgifcreator.com/
or
http://www.blumentals.net/egifan/

You could then post it on a webpage like it was a photograph and it would function as a movie.

My only experience is combining two frames into an animated gif and looping them. I was trying to decide which of two shots to keep and noticed as a flipped back and forth that it appeared everyone in the image was shaking their head "no."

You can see my meager effort at the bottom of the page here:
http://www.photos.thelethbridges.net

I think the ultra burst low res shots from the K20d would lend themselves to this purpose very well.

HTH,
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