Convert png to video

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Convert png to video

Post by Slyrdino »

Hi guys

I hope not to replicate existing threads! I have a series of png image files which are named movie001.png, movie002.png and so on. I would like to use these files as frames to create a video. SO far tried the following commands:

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ffmpeg -f image2 -r 06 -i *.png output.mp4
ffmpeg -i *.png -vcodec ffv1 -r 0.0001 test.avi
In both cases I manage to create a video file however the video was too short and so fast that the file got opened and closed immediately. In facts I could not see anything.
What am I doing wrong? Thanks a lot for your advice !! ... velopment/
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Re: Convert png to video

Post by He2neg »

Did you try to just drop these multiple files to an empty clip slot?

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Re: Convert png to video

Post by Zoltán »

Or drop the folder with the images to Alley, set the frame rate on the bottom right, then convert to DXV ;)
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