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Animate multiburst pictures taken with a Sony DSC-V1 camera

When I take a multiburst picture with my Sony DSC-V1 camera I end up with a jpg file with 16 images inside.
I want to see the image animated, so I searched the web but the tools I found wouldn't work for my picture format ( a 1280x960 jpg with 4x4 images ).
Does anyone know a tool that converts this into an animated GIF?

Thanks!
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Sanctus
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Lobo042399Commented:
Hi Sanctus,

There is a Photoshop action that does what you want but I searched in Adobe's Studio Exchange website and couldn't find it. The best reference I can give you is this guy who has it and posted a sample in his website.

http://abaum.com/blog/archive/2004/07/01/171.aspx

I would drop him a note and ask him where he got it or, if the Action is free, ask him for a copy.

Good Vibes!

Lobo
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SanctusAuthor Commented:
Lobo, I don't have Photoshop.
Yukele, I tryed that tool and it doesn't work with my file format. It works with 3x3 image files, mine is 4x4.

It seems strange to me how hard it is to find a tool that fit this purpose...
Anyone else has any sugestions?
If I don't find it I think I'll make one, it shouldn't be too hard.
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Lobo042399Commented:
Hi Sanctus,

Check the link provided by Yukele again. Scroll down a bit and you'll see a comment suggesting an online tool that does the same at multiburst.nl  It doesn't require a download, you upload your image and it'll slice it and convert it to GIF for you.
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HeadIdiotCommented:
I believe the GIMP offers what you seek:
http://www.gimp.org/
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Lobo042399Commented:
Yukele's link contained another link to an online tool that does what the Asker wanted. I think Yukele deserves the points and grade in this one.  

Good vibes!

Lobo
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HeadIdiotCommented:
Ditto
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yukeleCommented:
Thanks guys :)
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SanctusAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the delay,
You're right there is a solution and it works at http://multiburst.nl/
It's a pity you have to give them the email...
But it did work with my format, thanks yukele and Lobo (wouldn't get it without you)!
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Lobo042399Commented:
Thanks Sanctus! Glad to be of help.

If you need to process many of thos multiburst images, you may want to get a Gmail account so that you don't fill up your inbox so easily.

Good Vibes!

Lobo
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yukeleCommented:
Happy to help. Thanks for the points.

Thanks Lobo :)
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Lobo042399Commented:
No problemo, Yukele :o)
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