MakeAVI is a simple Windows application to assemble a series of JPG (or other formats) images into an AVI file (video). This functionality facilitates making time-lapse movies or stop-motion animations.
MakeAVI currently provides an image preview and w
Works OK but is limited to 1091 files at a time, 1092+ files crashes the program. Tried to use this for creating movies from single jpgs saved from a meteor observation camera recording overnight. Unfortunately 1 night's captures averages 4500 images which this software can't handle in 1 go.
MakeAVI works fast and easy. When working with a larger number of files though (I used ~3500 jpg pictures with 1080x720pixel) it seems to be having problems. Most codecs just produced a file which wasn't recognized as a video at all and was therefor unviewable, one showed in every frame the intersection of four pictures (likely just 4 parts of the same picture) while the intersection always was at a different spot in the frame, which was unusable too. This might be a problem of the codecs tough. I divided my pictures into subsets before applying MakeAVI, and later joined them in a video editing program, as a workaround. This did the job.