This video tutorial shows you how to make a very simple stop motion animation video using Adobe Premiere Pro CC. I believe it should be roughly the same workflow for CS4, CS5 or CS6. 
There was a step where I resize all the frames so that the still images fit the sequence resolution as close as possible. The idea is to fit the photos which were taken at 8 megapixels into the HD video resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. 
Lastly, please note that I only use 5 frames per still image for 25fps (similar to 5fps) as this is a simple demonstration. To improve the smoothness of the stop motion animation, you will need to use a higher frame rate. The industry standard is generally at least 12 fps or even higher. 
Hope it's helpful.
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