Do you have a large sequence of Jpeg images and would like to create a time-lapse movie out of them? Luckily, I have found a tool that does exactly this.
PhotoLapse is a free portable tool for Windows that can create a movie in avi format from large sequence of jpg images. All you have to do is to browse the directories where the images are located and add them to the list. Next, you can check/uncheck the images that you would like to include/not include in the video. You can also mark every 2nd, 3rd, or any number of frame, which makes it easier to include less images in the video, thus saving the total video size.
Apart from the basic settings, you will find 3 additional options: Check for errors when loading, selecting the video FPS, and option to create a reverse movie.
Once you are all done, hit Create Movie, and choose the location where you would like to save the video. To see the type of videos you can create with this tool, go here. It works on all versions of Windows.
While you are making a video from jpeg images, see how you can also convert a video into gif animation, extract frames from gif animation, and create animated gif from images. Enjoy!