JohnnyRoy wrote on 12/27/2010, 7:46 AM
Make sure that the images are numbered sequentially (e.g., IMG001, IMG002, etc.). Then go to File | Import | Media and select just the first image. Check the box at the bottom of the window that says Open still image sequence and click Open. The next window will ask you about what frame rate you'd like to use. Vegas will then import the images as a movie clip at the frame rate you selected.

vicmilt wrote on 12/27/2010, 8:06 AM
Johnny has given you the exactly correct way to IMPORT the stills... however...

you may find that you will want to slow down the speed of playback to get a truly satisfying experience.

Simply press CTRL and left click the right hand edge of the imported clip. As you drag the edge to the right, you will be slowing down playback. With your shooting specs, I find a 30% slowdown really gives great results.

Check it out,
RogerB1 wrote on 12/27/2010, 8:09 AM
Huge thank you for your help gentlemen. I appreciate that SO much. :o)
nedski wrote on 12/27/2010, 9:57 AM
That looks like the camera the Google Geeks were wearing when they sent their latest Android phone up to 100,000 feet via balloon.

However, I noticed that they used a Kodak Zi8 inside the box containing the phone.
The specifications for the GoPro Hero look similar to the Kodak. Maybe Kodak makes the sensors for GoPro?

crmfytr wrote on 12/27/2010, 11:15 AM
Gopro is pretty cool. Here is a short time lapse I made that turned out pretty good. Let me know if you need any other help/advise on settings. I'm using vegas 10 too.

Here is a different one.
richard-amirault wrote on 12/27/2010, 4:44 PM
RE: GoPro HD

I saw that Costco is selling this. I saw them on display today (don't remember how much, sorry)