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Saving multiple frames as a single video file?

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Saving multiple frames as a single video file?

Postby aaronsher » Tue Oct 19, 2010 3:49 pm

I have a series of (JPEG-encoded) frames that I'm receiving as independent images, and I want to write those out to the filesystem as a video file, preferably encoded with something like H.264. Anybody have any suggestions as to how I should go about that? It doesn't look like the SDK provides tools to do that.

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Aaron
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