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Old 05-01-2005, 01:12 PM   #1
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merging many avis and holding the last frame or each for 3 seconds

i have a lot of .avi's (130-140+) that i need to be merged together, and i would like to hold the last frame of each avi for 3 seconds, all the avi's are labeled 001.avi, 002.avi and so on, but i can't figure out how to merge them the way i want

so does anyone know how this could be done, or if its even possible? could i use ffmpeg or mencoder? if you could at least tell me how to merge them, because i think i could just copy the last frame when i have it as an image sequence, i just have to figure out how to copy 001/1.089.tif to 001/1.090.tif through 001/1.180.tif using some shell script, which i suck at (if anyone could give me a small script to do that part, i'd be happy too)

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