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    Is there any action shot application availabe in the marketplace which allows me to save the whole set of pictures? I know there's BLINK by Microsoft, but it allows me to save just one pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuldeep2104 View Post
    Is there any action shot application availabe in the marketplace which allows me to save the whole set of pictures? I know there's BLINK by Microsoft, but it allows me to save just one pic.
    You can save one at a time, go back to blink and choose other picture and you can save it to camera roll too if you like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuldeep2104 View Post
    Is there any action shot application availabe in the marketplace which allows me to save the whole set of pictures? I know there's BLINK by Microsoft, but it allows me to save just one pic.
    a bit of a work around, but honestly, if you have the means, do this:
    1. record video at 1080p and copy it to your pc
    2. Open in Quicktime and export to Image sequence
    3. ????
    4. Profit!!!



    It's actually a pretty decent way to capture around 30 frames per second.
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    Quote Originally Posted by congusano View Post
    a bit of a work around, but honestly, if you have the means, do this:
    1. record video at 1080p and copy it to your pc
    2. Open in Quicktime and export to Image sequence
    3. ????
    4. Profit!!!



    It's actually a pretty decent way to capture around 30 frames per second.
    Thanks! Sounds awesome, will try it.
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    What's the minimum time interval that i can set between shots? Because i want like 8-10 shots per 2-3 seconds.

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