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Ok so i have about 700 pictures that show something moving (moveobject take picture, move object take picture-repeat) IS there an app i can use to put them into an animated movie free would be nice!!

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iMovie might be what you're looking for. Can I assume you're looking to do stop-motion? If so, take a look at iMovie stop-motion tutorials around the web. Best part - iMovie is included with your Mac.

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There are a lot of tools out there, but give this a try

Pencil - a traditional 2D animation software

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How about FrameByFrame

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