Bunch of jpg to create a movie fast

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I have created an animation in Sketch Up - MS Physics and it exported 500 jpg , when i try to process them i know i can choose the 30 fps, but the size of each jpg is sort of big in time, i think that i should shorten each jpg so they can move faster, the question is :  how can i shorten all the 500 jpg in a single step ? or is there a known process yo get it ?? thanks
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in edit/preferences/timings, set the image duration to whatever you want; then start your project over, adding the images back to the timeline; they will go on at whatever duration you specified

or ...

select all the images already on timeline, and under visual effects, add clip speed to them all; then, with all the images still selected on timeline, in properties, set the clip speed factor you want
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Amended Post,

SO the quickest way to a true 30 FPS.

Set the duration for Image import to "0.1 seconds" in Preferences.

Import your images into the Media Bin. Select them all.Add them to the time line.

With all of them selected on the timeline. Apply clip speed to them by right clicking clip speed, and choosing "Add to selected Media"

Change clip speed to "3.0" and that will get you to 30fps .

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Ok It worked Thanks