Effmpeg Gen-Vid

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Haven
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Effmpeg Gen-Vid

Post by Haven »

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I just can't get my head around how to use this part of the video converting.
I want to convert my Training into a video.
Can someone please exlpain what the following are and what goes into these slots?
Input:
Output:
Reference Video:


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Re: Effmpeg Gen-Vid

Post by bryanlyon »

Better to just use the ffmpeg writer option on the Convert tab. That will handle all the conversion straight into a video.

But if you're insisting on using EFFMPEG:

Input is the folder containing the images you want.
Output is the Output video.
Reference Video is the original video so it can copy over the audio and framerate.


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Re: Effmpeg Gen-Vid

Post by Haven »

TY bryanlyon I will use the convert tab.


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