[FFmpeg-user] noob difficulties with images to video conversion
bwright at isoblock.com
Sun Mar 17 20:06:58 CET 2013
ok first not to be obstreperous, but i downed the soft from zeranoe
ffmpeg site, and it was labelled latest build. however, i'll check again
and see what gang astray there. the shell is named TCC/LE from Jsoft, it
has a good reputation - used to be 4DOS back when. but first let me get
a new version. any suggestions for a built executable for win32 systems
besides the zeranoe? then we'll go from there. thanks!
On 3/17/2013 2:18 PM, Nicolas George wrote:
> Le sextidi 26 ventôse, an CCXXI, BWright a écrit :
>> ffmpeg -i image%03d.jpg -r 2 gallery.mpg
>> i get
>> ffmpeg version N-34549-g13b7781, Copyright (c) 2000-2011 the FFmpeg
>> built on Nov 6 2011 22:02:08 with gcc 4.6.1
> This is ancient. Please get a more recent version.
>> image.jpg: No such file or directory
> My guess is that you shell, whatever it is, is messing with arguments
> containing the '%' char. My vague remembrance of DOS tells me that % is used
> in batch files to introduce variable expansion in batch files.
>> ffmpeg -i image001.jpg -r 2 gallery.mpg
> If you write it that way, you tell ffmpeg to set the output at two frames
> per second, while you leave the input at its default 25 frames per second.
>> [mpeg1video @ 02C80060] MPEG1/2 does not support 5/1 fps
> I suppose you spotted this error message. It does not match the command line
> above, though.
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