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making movies out of multi-image tif files

Wolfgang Schechinger Wolfgang.Schechinger at med.uni-tuebingen.de
Tue Jun 1 04:36:45 EST 1999


Hello Nayma, (a CC goes to the fluorpro group)

Thanks for your hints!

(Nayma pointed out that NIH image would be useful, but I don't have 
a mac).
There is a PC version of NIH image called ScionImage, IIRC I 
got it from www.scioncorp.com . Since I'm already using ScionImage, 
I'll gonna have a look what I can get out of it. I'm not aware of a 
movie making function in this version of NIH image, so I'll see.

Another software that seems to *very* useful is MainActor, actually 
for assembling pictures and clips to movies, including sound.
It's quite a huge download (the W95/NT demo version is about 14 megs, 
it's also available for OS/2 und linux). See 
http://www.mainconcept.de or http://www.mainconcept.com for more.
It's less than 100 USD for a cross-platform licence.

And, of course, there's something higly sophisticated (and pricy) 
called AVS ( http://www.avs.com ) for rendering image stacks into 
movies. I saw it displaying (very impressive!) some NMR data 
from my skull.

cheers,

Wolfgang


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