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    hi
    i've some jpeg files. i want to put them into sequence in an h264 video. i don't know what the best method for this purpose. i don't want to use an application for this purpose. the environment is Linux (Ubuntu 10.10). i think the best method is to use ffmpeg library. but i don't know what's the easiest and the most straightforward method.
    please help me
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  2. most straightforward method is probably using x264 itself assuming it is compiled with lavf support,..

    x264.exe --crf 18 --fps 24 --input-res 1920x1080 --input-csp rgb -o "crf18.mkv" "pics/big_buck_bunny_%05d.png"

    should work,...
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    thanks for replying
    first, i was looking for a method in Linux from within my prog.
    then, i couldn't succeed.
    the error is:
    ffms [error]: could not create index
    lavf [error]: could not open input file
    x264 [error]: could not open input file `capture-%05d.png' via any method!
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    Thread moved to the Linux forum where you can get more help.
    I think,therefore i am a hamster.
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  5. x264 [error]: could not open input file `capture-%05d.png' via any method!
    What were the name of your images?

    were they in this format?

    capture-00001.png
    capture-00002.png
    .
    .
    .
    ?

    Did you specify the correct path ?
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    yes, at first the names were 001-capture.jpg to 039-capture.jpg, but after it didn't work, i tried postfixing numbers. but it still doesn't work.
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  7. post how your files are named and how your call now looks like.
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