What Windows software can assemble a sequence of photos into a timelapse?
Do you know any good software for Windows platform that can be used to create a time-lapse video from a bunch of photos? I'm interested in free alternatives, but the paid ones are also OK.
This: http://www.digital-photography-school.com/how-to-create-a-video-masterpiece-with-your-photos-get-100000-youtube-views suggests you could just use windows movie maker...
Why is Windows Live Movie Maker a joke? are you looking for any specific functionality?
Windows Movie Maker is not a joke - once I had combined my images I used it to edit my timelapse video - http://photo.stackexchange.com/questions/12113/what-settings-should-i-use-for-a-timelapse-of-my-wedding
For easier editing, there are many video editors out there, but I cannot say for sure which of these that can import an image sequence as a video clip (which is useful). Examples of reasonably priced video editors are Sony Vegas Movie Studio, Adobe Premiere Elements and Magix Movie Edit Pro. Demo versions of all three are available, so you can try them before making a purchase.
Virtualdub seems really great but I can't see how to open multiples images at once? I have 200+ images I want to convert to avi file but open one by one is a lot of work :(