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Export as movie #51

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will-moore opened this Issue Jan 25, 2015 · 3 comments

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will-moore commented Jan 25, 2015

When we have time-lapse images in a figure, the figure itself could be exported as a movie, with all the included images playing simultaneously.
This would allow users to compose a specific layout for a movie just as they can do for a figure.
Time-stamp labels should probably show delta-T from start of movie.
Time offset of individual movies with respect to one-another will be preserved.
Possible export option would allow to choose start/end of the time-course.
Export options could be presented in a dialog box when user chooses export as movie.

Probably need to support "crop page to panels" first

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Current workflow from user:
"My work flow right now is a bit of a drag. I'm generating mostly µManager files that I work with in FIJI. I split these into three separate tiff stacks (red (16-bitt B&W), green (the same), and RGB (RGB)). I then combine the two single channel TIFFs into a single side-by-side movie (which can screw up my LUTs), which I have to then change into an RGB image so I can combine that image with the RGB image. Then I save it as a master TIFF file, export as a .avi, open it in QuickTime, then export it as a .mov with H.264 compression."

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will-moore commented Jul 5, 2016

Current workflow from user:
"My work flow right now is a bit of a drag. I'm generating mostly µManager files that I work with in FIJI. I split these into three separate tiff stacks (red (16-bitt B&W), green (the same), and RGB (RGB)). I then combine the two single channel TIFFs into a single side-by-side movie (which can screw up my LUTs), which I have to then change into an RGB image so I can combine that image with the RGB image. Then I save it as a master TIFF file, export as a .avi, open it in QuickTime, then export it as a .mov with H.264 compression."

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Copying my notes from the mouse meeting (very dynamic heavy) here:

  • generate PPTs with embedded movies as opposed to PDFs (unless we export something more interactive like a reveal.js website?)
  • overlay tracks
  • overlay frames-per-second rate
  • overlay physical pixel size in each movie (“growth”)
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joshmoore commented Jul 12, 2016

Copying my notes from the mouse meeting (very dynamic heavy) here:

  • generate PPTs with embedded movies as opposed to PDFs (unless we export something more interactive like a reveal.js website?)
  • overlay tracks
  • overlay frames-per-second rate
  • overlay physical pixel size in each movie (“growth”)
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