adding a still frame to a video file using GES
tsaunier at gnome.org
Sat Dec 27 11:52:02 PST 2014
An example with *ges-launch*:
ges-launch-1.0 /path/to/your/image 0 10 /path/to/video 0 0
That will put you image for 10 secs then the video at ten second with
an inpoint of 0 and keep the whole duration of the video (duration=0
means that in that context)
ges-launch-1.0 --help will give you more explainations.
On Sat, Dec 27, 2014 at 4:54 PM, Jacob S <jacobhameiri at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you for your response.
> I am using c language.
> Can you give me an example in gst-launch?
> (another option is just duplicating the first frame in the video, that will
> also work for me)
> On Dec 26, 2014 9:29 PM, "Thibault Saunier" <tsaunier at gnome.org> wrote:
>> Hello Jacob,
>> That can clearly be done with GES and should be pretty straight forward.
>> What language do you want to do that in? You can start playing with
>> ges-launch-1.0 to get that done in command line.
>> Thibault Saunier
>> On Wed, Dec 24, 2014 at 7:51 PM, Jacob S <jacobhameiri at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hello all,
>> > I have a simple gstreamer app that transcodes video files, I want to
>> > also
>> > include 5 seconds of a still frame in the beginning of the transcoded
>> > video.
>> > Can this be done using GES ?
>> > Can anyone help with some example code ?
>> > Thanks
>> > Jacob
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