Alternatives to Images to video for all platforms with any license

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  • MakeAVI

    This is a quick and dirty app that I wrote because I wanted to do some work with creating time-lapse movies. For that particular project, I set up a digital camera to...

    Open Source Windows

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    iTimeLapse

    iTimeLapse - Create stunning time lapse and stop motion videos straight from any iphone, iPod, or iPad 2! iTimeLapse lets you create as many sessions as you want, adding...

    Commercial iPhone iPad

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    Time Lapse Assembler

    Time Lapse Assembler allows you to create movies from a sequence of images. Provide it with a folder containing sequentially named JPEG images and it will produce a...

    Free Mac

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  • PhotoLapse

    PhotoLapse proposes to convert a sequence of photographs in JPEG format movie avi. Very useful, for example, to perform time-lapse movies, similar to satellite...

    Free Windows

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    Stop Motion

    Stop Motion lets you make time-lapse videos from your photos. Create a sequence of images every few seconds or over longer periods then make a film or animation from...

    Commercial iPhone iPad

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    iStopMotion

    iStopMotion is an award-winning software for stop motion animation and time lapse photography, available for macOS desktops and iPad.

    Commercial Mac iPad

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  • Zeitraffer icon

    Zeitraffer

    Zeitraffer is a simple tool for creating a time-lapse movie from multiple images.

    Commercial Mac

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Images to video Comments

Excellent

Positive Comment by vinsslaurie
about Images to video Feb 2016

This software allowed me to create a time-lapse video from image files. It is picky about file names to arrange the images in correct order but the result is nice; video options allow you to pick the amount of frames per second to work out time-lapse smoothness of playback. Very happy with the simplicity and ease of use.

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