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    I tried Handbrake, RipBot and Xvid4PSP and I couldn't find any way to make them work directly with image sequence. Is there another easy x264 GUI that would do that for me? Please no intermediate lossless formats. It takes too long and too much space.
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  2. you can use avidemux , or virtualdub and the vfw version of x264. They will automatically append sequentially numbered image files

    or use ImageSource() in avisynth and any x264 gui like ripbot, xvid4psp etc...
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    I've been told numerous times on the forums that vfw version of x264 is worse than the command line + GUI version.

    How do I the trick with ImageSource()?
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  4. e.g. if you had file0001.png, file0002.png to file1000.png

    ImageSource("file%04d.png", 0001, 1000, fps=30)

    the %04d is sprintf syntax (wildcard)

    http://avisynth.org/mediawiki/ImageSource

    and you can add ConvertToYV12() at the end if you end goal was a YV12 format (e.g. if feeding into some x264 GUI)

    avidemux doesn't use the vfw version , and virtualdub can use an external encoder ( http://forums.virtualdub.org/index.php?act=ST&f=5&t=18789& )
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    OK, let's see if I can get my head around it.

    Thank you!
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    I think I will prefer to assemble lossless video using VirtualDUB rather than fiddling with feeding images directly to x264 GUIs. I get that there's no x264 GUI that does that without avisynth.
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