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accepted imagemagick image conversion piped in avconv fails
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answered imagemagick image conversion piped in avconv fails
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revised imagemagick image conversion piped in avconv fails
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Apr
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comment ffmpeg slideshow piping input and output for image stream
Well lambda web user are likely to download it to read it one their laptop (not browser) so I don't want it to be in an obscure codec that only vlc and friends can read.
Apr
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comment ffmpeg slideshow piping input and output for image stream
Hey I looked into it and made this worked cat *.jpg | ffmpeg -f image2pipe -r 1 -c:v mjpeg -i - -c:v libx264 -r 7 -f mpegts - | cat > foo.mpeg thanks to you. Btw I am planning to get base64 images in input and output in a video format easily readable what options do you recommend? Thx again
Apr
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accepted ffmpeg slideshow piping input and output for image stream
Apr
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comment ffmpeg slideshow piping input and output for image stream
Hm I've tried it cat *.jpg | ffmpeg -f image2pipe -r 1/5 -vcodec mjpeg -i - -f matroska pipe:1 | cat > p.mkv it sorts of work: it creates the file when I open it with vlc I get the first image but then the length is not defined and the file seems obviously corrupted... Anymore idea?
Apr
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asked ffmpeg slideshow piping input and output for image stream