[FFmpeg-user] Still images to video sequence?

Ronny Kurniawan ronny_kurniawan at yahoo.com
Sat Feb 19 21:42:57 EET 2022

Hi Simon,I think something like this would create a video from an image file with a fade in : 
ffmpeg -loop loopDuration -framerate videoFramerate -i inputImage.png -t duration -vf "fade=t=in:st= fadeStartTime :d=fadeDuration:alpha=1" -y outputMovie.mov

replace the loopDuration with the amount of time to have your image to be displayedvideoFramerate with whether you want 25 or 50 frames per secondsinputImage with the filepath to your image fileduration with the amount of time of the video outputfadeStartTime with the time when the fade should startfadeDuration with the amount of time of the fade durationoutputMovie with the output movie filename
Hope it helps.

Kind Regards,
Ronny    On Sunday, February 20, 2022, 04:14:47 AM GMT+11, Simon Roberts <simon at dancingcloudservices.com> wrote:  
 Hi all, I would like to create a video sequence built around a number of
still images. Each image would be displayed for a number of seconds, then
dissolve/fade (not certain of the terminology) into the next.

To date, my experience with ffmpeg has been very limited, so I'm not sure
where to start. Would anyone be willing to point me in the right direction?

Many thanks for any guidance,

Simon Roberts
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