Any easy way to convert avi to panorama jpg??

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by digger odell, Jun 2, 2008.

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    digger odell Guest

    I'm sure there's gotta be a way ... to take 4 or 5 avi frames and
    AUTOMATICALLY stitch them to produce a regular panorama jpg. Any
    clues would be appreciated. (The operative word is EASY)

    Alas. As a last resort, perhaps there's a program which will convert
    avi to a series of jpg's which can then be stitched using regular
    stitching software.

    Many thanks!!
    digger odell, Jun 2, 2008
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    tomm42 Guest

    If your video editing program has a frame grab, capture the frames you
    want from there. That gets you the original images. Then there are
    several freeware programs to stitch the frames together. I use
    Photoshop for this. Video stills are not always the best images, they
    will not be as crisp as those from a still camera.

    tomm42, Jun 3, 2008
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    digger odell Guest

    Thanks, Tom.

    digger odell, Jun 3, 2008
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    Paul Bartram Guest

    Also note that Corel Video Studio 11 (and possibly earlier versions) can
    work in reverse, i.e. make a panning movie clip out of a panoramic still. I
    did that with a 365° stitch of a view from a rooftop, which became a 25
    second slow pan that looked like it had been done with the video camera,
    only much smoother. Naturally you have to dub sound in afterwards.

    Paul Bartram, Jun 4, 2008
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    digger odell Guest

    Never thought of that. Although I don't happen to have Corel Video
    Studio 11, I do have Pinnacle Studio Plus and Reality Studio and am
    curious to find our if thay have the same feature.

    Thanks. digger.
    digger odell, Jun 4, 2008
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