Dragon Stop Motion is not letting us export to QuickTime for some reason, so here’s another way to skin that cat (or pluck that chicken, if you prefer):
Before you begin, make sure that your images are not too big (somewhere between 720 and 1920 pixels across). Also make sure that your 100 or so images are in a specified folder, perhaps with your name and technique on it. For this example, we’ll be using ‘LouisClay_test’ Folder.
Decide if you’re going to use 1080p 24f for larger images (no bigger than 1920 pixels across) OR DV Standard 48kHz 24f for smaller images (720 pixels across). Type the same name you used for the project (in this case: LouisClay_test) in the Sequence section, then click OK.
Now your Premiere workspace will appear. The upper right section will show you your film. The bottom right is the Timeline. Depending on which version or computer you use, the space for importing your folders (bin) will be in the lower left or upper left.
A new dialog box shows up. Double check that everything looks right (like choosing QuickTime or AVI). Also make sure the sequence is named properly. This tutorial is not for adding sound, so we won’t worry about audio. Click Export.
Voila! Your QuickTime should be in the destination (Location) folder you chose in the beginning. Watch, Enjoy, and then put a copy in the correct folder on the shared drive!