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Get film frames onto DVD.

by pc-woe / February 25, 2014 12:43 PM PST

Looking for a way to transfer film frames to video. Have seen the VideoDub method but is there another way? I'm currently photographing individual frames. Will need to load them all into some software (?) that will create a 25fps video file. Any suggestions? thanks.

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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 25, 2014 1:24 PM PST

This is not to substitute for the web but IRFANVIEW can take images and make a slideshow in some AVI file so run the per image down to the fraction of a second and you can get there. lists more where we take single frames back into a video.

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by pc-woe / March 16, 2014 3:00 PM PDT

I have been unable to Log In for a some time - hence my delayed response.
You and pgc3 put me on the right track and I thank you for your tips.
I have found a way to successfully get individual film frames into a running video.
It is the most boring and time consuming process I've ever undertaken but it works.
thanks again.

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by pgc3 / February 25, 2014 1:26 PM PST

Take a look at Photo Story, free download, see if that might not work for you. You didn't mention anything about system parameters or OS, that might help. There are aftermarket software(s) used to do such things and more, the good ones aren't free, Nero is one, Roxio another.

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