On Tuesday, April 8, 2003, at 05:38 AM, in X-Applications hart at nasw.org wrote: > From QuickTime for the Web: Yes, QT does recognize .png images (and > nine other formats). You can also use GraphicConverter or the like to > convert to one of the supported formats. > > You need to name the files with sequential frame numbers, and the frame > number must be the only number in the filename. (eg. image1.png, > image2.png, etc.) Put them in a folder and choose File > Open Image > Sequence... Select the first image in the series and choose a frame > rate. Cool. Thanks, Stephen. and Ken Turkowski wrote: > Stitching is a term used for creating seamless QuickTime VR panoramas > from a sequence of overlapping images, and unfortunately QuickTime > Player Pro cannot be used to do this. See > http://www.apple.com/quicktime/tools_tips/qtvr.html > for some commercially available tools. Oops! <blush> My bad. Thanks for telling me. I think it's important to try to use the right terminology. ---John.