Time Lapse (Screenshot Program)

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I was wondering of what program to use to get the same "time-lapse" effect as in the
Photoshop Time Lapse Video by macpulenta

Instead of just one screenshot, or a recording of video...it appears to compile them into a file, but what program is this guy using and do you guys know of anything better. I'm doing some vector art and I think it would be cool to see the progression. Thanks.
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I guess no one has any ideas.
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It actually says in the YouTube video description. This was done in Photoshop.

I always thought Illustrator was more appropriate for this, but i guess it depends on what you are all comfortable with.

I think this guy also did a drawing of Radiohead Thom York which i thought was amazing.
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No, I know he did it in Photoshop lol...I mean what program did he use to compile all the screenshots together...because I doubt he sat there doing "alt+prnt screen" a million times. Thanks though.
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He/She has recorded the progress on a software which records what is on your screen. It's not screenshots.

I'm trying to remember the software i was recommended a while back which i found particularly useful. As soon as i remember i'll let you know.
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Okay, if you remember, please let me know. Thanks SB
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it could've been done in camtasia studio ... I use this and it's seriously easy ...
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I agree with r_t, looks like a screen recorder.
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Yeah, good on you R_T!! You d'man! :lol:
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You could do that in flash pretty easily. If you have a list of images in a directory with a sequential name flash will ask if you want to import each one to a frame... Then all you have to do is publish the swf.

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