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Thread: Batch Image Sequence Converting/Exporting?

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    Batch Image Sequence Converting/Exporting?

    I have about 50 folders of image sequences that I exported through QuickTime one by as I created them. Now I need to go back and redo the entire set in a different frame rate and was wondering if anyone knows if there is a way or program to batch convert/export the image sequences in each of the folders?

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    maybe I did not understand correctly, but frame sequences have no frame rates of their own. It's just a bunch of frames you can import at any framerate.

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    Personally I'd write a Python script and make use of ffmpeg to batch encode the sequences. I guess if you were on a Mac you could also use Applescript and Quicktime, but I've never tried. I posted an example of using ffmpeg to make .mov files in this forum just this morning, maybe it's of some use to you.

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    Yeah tuna, your confused.

    kmac, I havent the slightest clue on how to script stuff like that... I'm on both OSX and Win.

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