I'm at my wit's end on this. I've got an older digicam that takes a series of 16 consecutive frames per image for two images; about 4 seconds worth. I've attached a sample of one of the images. There is a piece of software that splits the each image up into its individual 16 frames....I've just forgotten what it is. Does anyone remember? I thought I had everything needed to make this antique camera work in one folder, but apparently I missed something, and Google is no help. What I did find was the software that converts the odd *.cam files into JPG's, and the program that turns the individual frames into movies ("Framed X", if you were wondering). I know newer cameras do a better job, better resolution, etc, but this thing is FANTASTIC on batteries, has a massive display, will take pictures in near total darkness without a flash, and has all kinds of manual overrides. (Casio QV-780, if you're wondering) Thanks everyone!