Rename your images so they have number at the end. This sequence can then be opened a as a video. Each number will represent a frame number. In the open dialog box is a check box for sequence. Just select image 1. Photoshop will handle the rest.
Thanks much; I'll give it a try.
Photoshop provides tools speciically for working with video, such as the Timeline panel. You use the Timeline panel to arrange layers in a video, animate their properties, set the start and end points for each layer, and apply transitions.In the Timeline panel, click Create Video Timeline. Photoshop creates a new video timeline, including two default tracks: Layer 0 and Audio Track. Click the Video menu in the Layer 0 track, and choose Add Media.Photoshop imports all of your assets you selected onto the same track,It displays still images with a purple background and video clips with a blue background.