GBResequence: Sort Images & Manage Their Sequence For Time-Lapse Videos
Creating a time-lapse video can become a tedious task, especially when you’re dealing with hundreds of images that you want to add to an application that creates time-lapse video of specified images. If you’re a photography enthusiast, then you may know that time-lapse video cannot be created unless you sort image files in a correct order. Since Windows doesn’t natively offer an easy way to quickly sort images in a folder, you can use an application like GBResequence to manage image sequences used in time-lapse videos. In addition, it has the ability to copy and rename selected images in a folder without having to manually configure the file renaming settings. The application also provides a preview of files including JPG, BMP, GIF, EXIF, PNG, TIFF and Canon Raw formats CR2 and CRW. In short, it lets you select the images in a folder in order to copy them to specified folder with a new numbered sequence, so that you can easily use them in any time-lapse video creator. Furthermore, it allows you to copy only those images from source folder that you want to use for creating time-lapse video. For instance, you can choose to move every fourth image from the source to destination folder. You can even choose to copy images from multiple folders into a single folder and then perform time-lapse specific file renaming operations. Keep reading to find out more about GBResequence.
The application enables you to view the sequence of selected images in the form of a low resolution movie from within the interface. The main screen is divided into two panes. The left pane has Input related options, while the right pane holds Output options. In the left pane, click browse and choose the folder that you want to import the images from. You can choose all the images or just some of them depending on your requirement. The right pane lets you select an Output folder and rename the files in a sequence. Click Play/ Pause button at the bottom to view the selected images in the form of a low resolution movie. To rename the images, click the Resequence button available in the top right side.
You can watch the video below that shows demonstration of the features it’s to offer.
The application works on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and WIndows 8.