Creating a video is a cool way to visualise a time series of remote sensing data / outputs. Rather than creating a full video you can also use a GIF. One advantage of GIFs is you can embed them in Powerpoint presentations and they should will play in presentation mode (I’ve found them more reliable than videos in other formats).
You can use the ImageMagick convert command to create a GIF:
However, depending on how your files are named it might not sort the numbers as expected leading to jumps in the video. This problem was addressed in the following post on the ‘remotelysensible’ blog:
This can be used to sort the files in Python then call the convert command using subprocess:
The script is run using:
As well as creating GIFS of a time series you can use SPD 3D Points Viewer to export images of a point…
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