Gifski – A Cross-platform High-quality GIF Encoder

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  1. DennisK says:

    The ffmpeg instruction shown:
    $ ffmpeg -i video.mp4 frame%04d.png

    Should be constrained like this:
    $ ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -t 10 frame%04d.png

    The -t 10 option says stop after 10 seconds of video. Otherwise, you could generate thousands of output frame images. 10 seconds @ 25fps = 250 images.

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