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I need help looking for a Free stop motion program. I'm pretty tired of looking for one, and it obviously has to run on a mac. The version of mac does not matter currently, but one of the most important factors it needs to include is the ability to upload a picture onto the stop-motion program and be able to upload multiple pictures onto it. I also want to be able to draw on the program but its okay if that's not included . If you find anything like this that is FREE, than I owe you ALOT .
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If you are trying to create animations, then I'm not sure about the following which is geared toward time lapse photography. Perhaps this will lead you to what you want.

Gawker if free.

Macworld had two articles one time lapse last year. (1, 2) Reading the followup responses may come up with more alternatives.

If you have an iPhone, then Gorillacam may be a possibility.

CameraTime - Time lapse photography for novice and advanced users.

When asking questions, post the version of your software. You'll receive better answers.

Please post your results to the thread as it is good feedback.
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You could try iStopMotion from Bionix, it's fairly simple as it's made with education in mind.

Not strictly free @ $49 but has free demo download, check it out >HERE<
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