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Re: New idea for converting an avi to a flash file -- Was Re: [Swftools-
Re: New idea for converting an avi to a flash file -- Was Re: [Swftools-common] Problems with avi2swf
Sun, 16 Nov 2003 11:14:42 -0800 (PST)
> You don't need to transform each single image into swf. Just
> pass all images to jpeg2swf:
> jpeg2swf -r 3000 -m image1.jpeg image2.jpeg image3.jpeg image4.jpeg ...
Ok, I tried this command line and also with the '-r' parameter changed to 2500.
No errors are
reported, but when I try to play
the file using gflashplayer, all I see is the first frame. The same thing
happens when I try to
view it using a flash enabled browser.
Any ideas what I need to do ? Would the output of 'swfdump' be useful ?
> The jpeg2swf option "-m" turns on video compression, which might be a
> very good idea in your case.
> "-r 3000" means 30.0 fps. (fps*100)
Would '-r 2500' also be okay ? I'm asking because the capture from the webcam
using ffmpeg uses a
frame rate of 25 fps.
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