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Old 05-04-2003, 02:20 AM   #1
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video to pic


what is the best way to turn an avi into frames, like take 3 jpegs a second and write it to the hard drive. like 1 2 second avi would produce 6 jpegs.
 
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mplayer -vo jpeg -sstep 1 film.avi

will take one frame per second, not sure about 3 per second, probably a way...
 
  


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