This loaded all of the jpg's into VdubMod.
But what do you do to activate it?
I looked at 'file->Save Image Sequence' but that menu only gives you
a choice of png/tga/bmp.
When I used the scroll bar to go thru all the input JPG images, it gave
an error message that said 'Image Reader Can not open DevIl library
reading file xxxxx" for numbered pictures that extended past what I had
for input (i.e I had 25 files, that message started with
filename26.jpg). I just want to save the files to a different directory
(or to the same directory with a different name - i.e no overwriting of
the original file)
2nd ques - If I wanted to make an AVI sequence out of them, how would I
modify the script and how to 'run' it? Say I wanted each picture to
last 5 secs @29.97 fps, then I'd need around 150 frames of each
picture. I see there are frame parameters in ImageWriter but I'm not
sure what to do.
> 2nd ques - If I wanted to make an AVI sequence out of them, how would
> I modify the [Avisynth] script and how to 'run' it?
You "run" an Avisynth script by simply opening it as if it was a video
file (for example, you could open an Avisynth script in Windows Media
Player and view the processed video that way, if you wanted to.) If you
want to save the processed data in a _new_ AVI file, just open the
Avisynth script in something like VirtualDub and save.
> Say I wanted each picture to last 5 secs @29.97 fps, then I'd
> need around 150 frames of each picture. I see there are frame
> parameters in ImageWriter but I'm not sure what to do.
As explained above, you do not need to use ImageWriter() at all. Try
something like this instead:
Be sure to add in the correct total number of frames (in the "end=???"
parameter, replacing the question marks.) You might also want to use
something like "%03d" instead of mere "%d" in the filename string if you
want to have null-prefixed numbers ("%03d" gives "000", "001", 002"
etc., mere "%d" results in "0", "1", "2" ...)
December 9, 2004 11:25:46 AM
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Once again thanks for your info.
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