My goal is to create a video from a bunch of jpg files. I have chosen FFMPEG (Windows 64) to solve this task
I have more than 4k jpg files in a directory, all following the naming convention
x is a number)
pic_0001337.jpg and so on which I want to create a timelaps video from.
When I run
ffmpeg -i pic_%7d.jpg -s:v 1280x720 -c:v libx264 output.mp4 I get the
output.mp4 file but it is small and contains only few pictures/frames - nine to be precise (running the reverse command
ffmpeg -i output.mp4 test%d.jpg I get
It seems to work until
pic_0000009.jpg and then the pattern does not recognize
What am I missing or am I doing wrong to only include nine pictures? Thanks for time and effort for giving me some hints.
P.S. I tried the
blob style file pattern but it does not work under windows
P.P.S. If you know of another tool that lets me achieve the task let me know as well