You'll need photoshop or paint shop pro or something. If you want a high quality sequence you're gonna need to be taking it from 16mm film or if you have a camera capable of continuous shooting. 2fps can be Ok for massive airs or backcountry lines. But if you want a good sequence on a tabletop or rail or something you'll need higher than that to capture more action. Like 4fps would be great and if you were to have a Canon EOS-1V with the booster you can get something like 10 or 12fps which is just sickening.
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