Linux Stopmotion is described as 'Free Open Source application to create stop-motion animations. It helps you capture and edit the frames of your animation and export them as a single file'. There are more than 10 alternatives to Linux Stopmotion for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Linux, Android, Mac and iPhone. The best alternative is digiCamControl, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like Linux Stopmotion are qStopMotion (Free, Open Source), Entangle (Free, Open Source), qDslrDashboard (Free) and Multican (Free, Open Source).
A DSLR camera remote control open source software Features: - Control you camera remotely from your computer via USB - Trigger image capture via release button on camera body or remotely from your computer.
qStopMotion is a free application for creating stop-motion animation movies. The users will be able to create stop-motions from pictures imported from a camera or from the harddrive and export the animation to different video formats such as mpeg or avi.
qDslrDashboard is a cross platform application for controlling Nikon, Canon and Sony cameras. It uses the PTP and PTP/IP protocol to communicate with the connected DSLR camera. Currently qDslrDashboard is available for Android, iOS, Linux, OSX and Windows platforms.
a Canon EOS class remote control utility which is able to remote control 350D, 300D, 30D, 20D and 5D. It is possible to control more of such cameras in the same time up to six cameras attached. Multican allows scripted remote control of multiple cameras.
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 them. You can then share your work with friends using Youtube, Facebook or email.