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I'm trying to convert a png file to mp4 file but I get 0bytes mp4 files.

Here is my code structure:

ffmpeg -r [framerate] -i [images] -s [resolution] -vcodec libx264 [videofilename].mp4
  • You need to show your actual command and the complete console output. – llogan Apr 13 '16 at 16:01
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When creating film from images, you need to specify input "framerate" as decribed in Create a video slideshow from images

Putting tag -framerate 1/5 before tag -i for example will make each image be shown for 5s in the film.

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  • I added it but I'm still getting the same issue, my ffmpeg version is FFmpeg 0.6.5 – user2033138 Apr 13 '16 at 11:14
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    Current version is 3.x. You should upgrade. – Gyan Apr 13 '16 at 11:32

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