[FFmpeg-user] Still Image tifs to uncompressed video
victorpaesa at googlemail.com
Sun Aug 12 10:35:38 CEST 2012
On 8/9/12, Eric Hollis wrote:
> I have a series of 16,000 or so .tif images that I want to assemble into a
> video. I want the video to be of the highest quality possible, with no
> compression. I want to load the completed video into a video editing
> program, like Windows Movie Maker 2.6 (I'm just going to make cuts).
You already have separated frame images. Instead of glueing them all
together in one video,
and later cut the video into smaller segments, why just don't create
videos with the subsets of frames?
> I've read online, and gotten it to work, partially. I'm looking for some
> assistance with the command line.
> This command line produces a video, but it's not recognizable by Windows
> Movie Maker
> ffmpeg -b 3600 -r16 -i dw1%06d.tif -target ntsc-dvd dw1.mpg
> (tif names are "dw1000001.tif; dw1000002.tif; etc)
> This command line barfs:
> ffmpeg -b 3600 -r16 -i dw1%06d.tif dw1.mp4
> It returns "width or height not divisible by 2 (835x648)
> The tifs have sizes varying by +/- 10 pixels in x and y directions.
> Thanks in advance. I've tried to "read the fine manual", but I just can't
> make sense of what I'm reading.
You want to use "-s", as output option, to resize them to a common size.
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