let's say that i've done a find for .gif files and got a bunch of files back. I now want to test them to see if they are animated gifs. Can i do this via the command line? I have uploaded a couple ...
ffmpeg -i original.gif -r 10 outfile.mp4 According to command above, I've got outfile.mp4 but when clicked to see the information of file, i see it's actually a .MPEG4 file and the icon of file is ...
What command will convert multiple video files to multiple GIFs? I use the following command to convert 1 video to GIF: ffmpeg -i input.flv -vf scale=320:-1 output.gif I assume I'll need a bash ...
I use the following FFMpeg command to convert images to video. for file in %N; do ffmpeg -framerate 15 -pattern_type glob -i '*.jpg' -vf ...
To take a static screenshot of a selected part of my screen, I often use scrot with -s shot.png. This is great for adding illustrations to StackExchange posts. I even found this script to ...
I've recorded a .gif of the screen with ffmpeg. I've used gifsicle and imagemagick to compress it a bit, but it's still to big. My intent is making it small by removing, say, a frame every 2 frames, ...
Is there a shell command that returns the pixel size of an image? I'm trying to produce an animated gif starting from different gifs with different sizes using convert (e.g. convert -delay 50 1.gif ...
I read some where it was possible to create a gif by adding frames to it in a browser. Does that mean on the server you can add frames to it by using cat? Are there other file types that are so ...