Program Description 98 NT 2000 XP Vista JPGAvi It is used to create a video file, an animation, with an optional sound track, from either a series or a single bitmap file.
- 99% of the most used bitmap formats are supported, i.e. JPG, BMP, GIF, PNG, ICO, TIF, PCX, TGA.
- A sound track can be added to the video.
- A thumbnail, preview image, of the selected bitmap file is displayed, scrolling through these gives the illusion of a video file being played.
- The bitmap files can be sorted by date or alphabetically.
- Bitmap files can be selected by dragging and dropping into JPGAvi.
- Identical bitmaps can be dropped from the video automatically.
- A list of bitmap files is shown allowing for a specific sequence of files to be processed.
- A batch processing option is available.
- It is possible just to process the last few minutes worth of webcam files.
- Processing is carried out in a low priority thread, so it is possible to carry on using the PC even if several thousand bitmap files are being processed.
- The video file being created is displayed during processing.
- Automatically creates single avi (video) files from individual bitmap files.
- The time each frame and/or bitmap file is displayed can be specified in milli seconds.
- The following image manipulations are available:-
- Alter brightness and/or contrast
This is our freeware selection
|FTPUpload||FTP Site synchronisation|
|JPGVideo||Creates a video file from a series of webcam JPG Images.|
|NDWGeoTag||Adds Geo (Lat/Long) data to JPG files, by comparing the time in a GPS GPX track file.|
|RunConsoleApp||Runs a "DOS" prog via a Windows program|
|WinRASDialIT||A RAS Dialler|
All of this software is free, but we would appreciate a small donation, if you decide to use any of these packages, to help pay our web site costs.