[FFmpeg-user] Batch convert JPG to Animated GIF's - Where to start?

Roger Pack rogerdpack2 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 17 20:34:23 EET 2017

Appears ffmpeg can create animated gif's

In terms of a script to pass ffmpeg the right parameters, that's
unfortunately, probably on you mate.

On 11/17/17, colink <ckinsella at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have very little experience with command line interface but can follow
> instructions or edit a working file to suit my needs.
> Is there any way to batch create GIF's from multiple images?
> Ideally I would like to create a CSV file or Excel file where each row would
> list the files to include in the animated GIF (plus if necessary parameters
> like speed and number of cycles).
> Files could be on my hard drive or on a remote server (CSV, would include
> URL for file location)
> Can I do this with FFMPEG? Does any script exist?
> Where can I find more information.
> Willing to consider any other solution with FFMPEG or any other application
> that allows me to create large numbers of Animated GIF's in an automated
> way.
> Thanks ColinK
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