Tag Archives: ffmpeg

Video iPad Time Lapse Animated GIF via ffmpeg Tutorial

We wanted to try out a small Time Lapse video … Time-lapse photography is a technique whereby the frequency at which film frames are captured (the frame rate) is much more spread out than the frequency used to view the … Continue reading

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Batch ffmpeg Image Scaling and Cropping Tutorial

We’re adding “Scaling” functionality onto the “Cropping” functionality of yesterday’s Batch ffmpeg Image Cropping Primer Tutorial today. For now, we are also harnessing the power of running this changed PHP help_ffmpeg.php within a web browser by showing you both input … Continue reading

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Batch ffmpeg Image Cropping Primer Tutorial

Putting together presentations based on slides which are images you may come across the desire to apply batch image manipulations to a whole set of images, in the same way. When we presented Gimp Batch Image Manipulation Primer Tutorial you … Continue reading

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QuickTime Player Mov Video Conversion Tutorial

Yesterday’s Spinning Around Primer Tutorial changed quite a bit between 27th March 2019 06:00 and 11:20 AEST. Why? Well, our iPhone6 saves its videos (from the Camera iOS application) in *.mov format. This *.mov has an associated mimetype video/quicktime and … Continue reading

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Mac OS X Finder Drag to Terminal Command Line Tutorial

Today’s blog posting titular (and main) message is really a tip to those Mac OS X users that enjoy command line work, via the Terminal (desktop) application. Do you waste a fair bit of time using the cd command to … Continue reading

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Gimp Guillotine Follow Up Memory Tutorial

It’s a bit arrogant to say a sizeable piece of code you’ve written is “bug free”, especially if it involves user entered data, but it is a good aspiration, like marking at the 50 metre line, on the boundary, for … Continue reading

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Gimp Guillotine Follow Up Zip Tutorial

We’re entering the Goldilocks Zone today as far as “onions of the 4th dimension” thoughts go with the recent GIMP Guillotine Follow Up web application we’ve been developing. it’s too hot thinking we’ll find any “onions of the 4th dimension” … Continue reading

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Gimp Guillotine Follow Up GD Filter Tutorial

With regard to today’s (PHP) GD Filter functionality (additions to the GIMP Guillotine Follow Up web application) we ask you to please not get bored with another angle, or view, of image filtering, here. The more intervention points you can … Continue reading

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