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(Script to convert movies to Synfig compliant image sequences by rylleman To install just download the script and copy it to your Nautilus script folder and make it executable (chmod +x convert-movie-to-png-seq). To use it select any movie file, righ...)
 
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Script to convert movies to Synfig compliant image sequences by rylleman


To install just download the script and copy it to your Nautilus script folder and make it executable (chmod +x convert-movie-to-png-seq). To use it select any movie file, right click it and choose the script from the Script sub-menu. Now it creates a folder named as your movie-file minus the exension, in which it outputs an image sequence and a .lst-file which you can import into Synfig.

Note that I've set the image size to 480x270 and the frame rate to 25fps which you easily can change to whatever you prefer within the script file.

Hope you'll find it useful.

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