Still Image Sequence File Input

Last Updated: Apr 07, 2016 05:03PM PDT
To help support the growing number of camera and mobile devices that have the option to export video out as individual frames in the form of a sequence of image files (i.e. Time Lapse footage), Squeeze 11 provides the ability to import "Sequenced Image Files" in the form of .jpg or .tif files.

Follow these steps to import your image sequence:
  1. Launch Squeeze 11 on your Mac or Windows computer
  2. Select one or more of the files in your sequence and import it
    • Drag and Drop - one or more files from the sequence or drag and drop the folder into Squeeze
    • File > Import Image Sequence
    • Keyboard Shortcut: ⇧⌘I
  3. You will be presented with a message notifying you that Squeeze has detected your file might belong to a sequence
    • Clicking "Yes" will import all images (.jpg or .tif) into Squeeze and combine them into a singular job item
    • Clicking "No" will import the image(s) as separate job items (Squeeze isn't really designed for this use case)
  4. You will then be presented with a message introducing you to the "Inspect Source Information" feature in Squeeze 11 (you can read more about this feature here)
  5. Click OK and the Inspect Source Information dialog will be launched, this will allow you to select the Frame Rate for your imported Sequenced Still Image Files job
  6. Set your Frame Rate and click OK
  7. Squeeze will alert you with a message that changes made with the Inspect Source Information dialog will affect items in the Squeeze batch window
  8. Apply your desired preset
  9. Squeeze It!
  10. You can also apply filters, in/out points, and pre/post roll when using the Sequence Still Image Files feature
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