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    Ipad Movie App
    Hi All

    I'm looking for a Ipad app that I can upload a number of photos to to make a stop motion video i.e. I took 100 shots of my friend doing a jump and i need to make each photo last 0.1 sec so it looks like its video.

    I have IMovie but it only goes down to 0.3 sec and the start and end position are not the same.

    Any ideas for the ipad?

    cheers

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    The iPad version is not suitable for such a precision job. It was designed for typical consumer editing, which is far more casual than what you're doing. Also, you don't need each photo to last 0.1 second; you need each photo to last 1/30th (0.0333repeating) for it to look like real-time video.

    Even the desktop version of iMovie cannot do that, so instead let me suggest a program you already have: QuickTime X. WAAAY easier approach.

    How to Make Stop Motion Video with Apple QuickTime Software

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    chas_m

    thats great thank you for this, is the Quicktime x on the Ipad? as its really the Ipad im aiming to do it on while working away from my mac

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    Nope. There is no program for the iPad that I'm aware of that can handle your stop-motion requirements. You need to use a computer.

    (for about 30 seconds -- the tutorial on how to do this is above. For 100 shots it shouldn't take 10 seconds for it to put this together and maybe another 10 to save it)

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    Thanks chas_m

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    Hmmm. I didnt know any app for your concerns as well.

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    Just use iMovie...load your stills...set the minimum amount of time possible, render. Reload the finished movie back into iMovie as a new project and speed the time up a hair....

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