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Re: Recombine still image sequences into movies

by grinder (Bishop)
on Feb 25, 2009 at 19:42 UTC ( #746364=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Recombine still image sequences into movies

Dear Sir,

I put 386502 jpg files in a directory and downloaded and installed ur program and now my computer seems to be realslow. Please to advice as 2 how 2 fix this problem.


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Nah seriously, zentara, this is a very cool hack. I've got some fractal experiments lying around... and, I see mencoder can digest png files as well. Hmm, this could be interesting. ++

update: wow, that is a most surreal lamp-fixing video event. (i.e. if only VLC knew how to play it back at a reasonable frame-rate :)

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Re^2: Recombine still image sequences into movies
by zentara (Archbishop) on Feb 25, 2009 at 20:14 UTC
    Yeah the lamp_fix jpg's come from my security camera setup to capture "on motion detect". I'm sure there is a frame delay option in mencoder, to slow down the play.

    I'm toying with the idea used on TV now, where they take a still image, and make a portion a floater (like the mouth opening /closing on a Bush image) so you could make pseudo-animated cartoons of images, maybe with a sound track. Open an person's image on a Tk::Canvas, then draw a lasso around the mouth, and drag the lasso with a mouse, saving at intermediate steps, to give the crude effect of talking or singing.....then lay a sound track on it.


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      It's true! You aren't really a human!

      The concept of a grainy monochromatic Mondrian meets Monty Python video clip driven off a Perl/Tk app is clearly the product of alien intelligence.

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        clearly the product of alien intelligence

        Well, to be honest, I'm sort of a retard in the alien world, that's why I got sent to earth duty.....they figured I wouldn't need much intelligence here. :-)


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