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convert jpg images into a video JPGVideo can create a video (AVI) file from a series of JPG files. If you have a webcam that automatically takes a snapshot every few minutes, you can use JPGVideo to combine the captures into a time-lapse movie. The program can automatically drop frames that are identical (or nearly identical) and sort the file sequence by time or file name. JPGVideo is not limited to webcam captures, you can use any kind of JPG images, as long as they have the same dimensions. Copyright

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Publisher NDW Ltd. (2) Price Free
Version 1.04 Last updated Dec 07, 2002
File Size 446 Kb Requirements None

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A rare find 3 stars by gusimio Sep 08, 2007 (Read all my 31 reviews)
This is the only freeware program I could find that will actually (and successfully) combine a series of jpegs into an AVI movie. Cons: No provision to sync/add sound and user cannot apply a 29.97 fractional framerate. After use, a correction to the whole number framerate can be adjusted by several freeware programs such as AviDemux, Internet Video Converter, and/or Super Video Converter. Once the proper framerate is achieved, a sound file can simply be added by using Windows Movie Maker to merge the audio and video. show Review details
Does what its supposed to 4 stars by alexlfm Feb 26, 2007
This program is great for doing what its supposed to; convert a bunch of numerical or alphabetical jpegs into an avi file. There are setting for all the basics like fps etc. This program doesnt do anything else however and a movie editing program is needed to clean the outputed video up. show Review details
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