How can insert an image (jpeg) into an avi.?
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Like a logo or?
Wow. We need way more information than this in order to help.
What are you trying to do? Insert a still image as part of the video? Just a full screen moment frozen in time? Do you want Picture-in-picture, like a news broadcast? Or are you trying to achieve some sort of special effect, like replacing the pictures in the frames on the walls. Do you want moving video to freeze suddenly?
Each thing is done differently. Until we know what you want to do, we're not going to be much use.  Baldrick beat me by a moment!Even a broken clock is right twice a day.
How about a little more information about what you want to do? Do you mean just showing a still picture as part of a video, putting it into a video like picture in picture, or something elaborate, like replacing someone's head in the video with a picture of someone else's face? And what kind of avi? And what do you plan on doing with the end result?"Shut up Wesley!" -- Captain Jean-Luc Picard
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Like a title in full screen
I need to do a title screen and "full screen moment frozen in time"
Can you post an example of what you need?
Make the pic the same resolution as the AVI, use it in an AviSynth script, and encode it using the same settings as the AVI:
ImageSource("C:\Path\To\Picture.jpg", FPS=25, End=250)
When opened in VDub(Mod) and encoded, that will make a 10 second video (250 frames) of your pic at 25fps. Adjust for path, length, and framerate. If you have a 10 second audio for it, make it the same format (MP3?) and bitrate as the audio in the AVI, and add it to the pic video. If you don't have audio, remove the original audio from the AVI. Then join the 2 videos and add back the audio, perhaps adding a delay equal to the length of the picture video.
Maybe you can do the same thing by just opening the pic in VDub(Mod) and setting the encoding parameters. I don't know.
If none of that makes any sense to you, then maybe you shouldn't be trying to do this.
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The video into the black frame, or the countdown circle in the middle of the video?
If it's the video into that black frame, then it's a combination of BlankClip to create the black part combined with the AviSynth Overlay or Layer commands to add in the video:
Or, you can just surround the video with as much black as you like using the AddBorders command:
Those are some AviSynth ways. All require reencoding. There are other ways also, including some VDub ways, I'm sure.
Yes, it's a simple matter:
A=MPEG2Source("C:\Path\To\Movie.d2v")#if MPEG sourced
Overlay(A,B,X=40,Y=40)#X and Y are the coordinates for placement
Me, rather than deface the video with another logo, I'd try and get rid of the station logo altogether.
It looks opaque so you'll create mostly a blur, but I use the Inpaint function for those quite a bit:
But I don't think it looks all that bad as it is. I don't know that I'd want to replace it with whatever you have in mind.
Can't he just use adobe premier pro, split the video and insert a timeframe where only the image is displayed???
I donīt understand...
Iīve a MKV video. I would like to put on it an .jpg image at the beggining of the video (duration 5 seconds) and i would like to put the same image at the end of the video (duration 5 seconds).
Some videos already have image at the begining (frames 0 to 149) and ending (frames 627 to 783), so i would like to replace to an image.
Its possible to put a little duration sound at the back of the image?
How could i do it, please?
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