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  1. Member KneeGrow's Avatar
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    I followed all the steps from
    https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/270926-How-to-convert-jpg-pics-to-avi

    and

    http://www.virtualdub.org/blog/pivot/entry.php?id=34

    but the jpgs still are NOT loading!

    I checked the Automatically load linked segments
    I set the File type to Image Sequence

    What did I do wrong?
    It's about 27.000 jpgs
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  2. what version of vdub are you using ?

    are the jpg's sequentially numbered? eg. 000001.jpg, 000002.jpg....

    try a test with just 3-4 jpgs in a folder ( it might be vdub slow loading thousands of jpegs) , to rule out image importing issues

    alternatively you can use ImageSource() if you are familar with avisynth
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  3. are you images are named with sequential numbering?
    (poisondeathray was faster )
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    should i be insulted? no. j/k
    But, yes of course the images are sequentially numbered. Stupid of me not to mention that first.
    I use virtualdub version 1.9.11
    I've tried it with 100, 50 and 6 images, no joy whatsoever.
    What is ImageSource() and how do I use it?

    I've tried VirtualdubMod 1.5.10 too, don't work.
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  5. ImageSource in an avisynth filter, poisondeathray will probably explain in detail how to use it.
    Just to be sure how are you files named? (Sorry, but this is the most common mistake.)
    Also your files are normal jpgs, right not some derivate like JPEG 2000, right?
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    hmmm, did you see the two people asking this same question? Yes? And me answering this?

    Then have at it:
    MSMR-Hurricane00001.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00002.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00003.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00005.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00006.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00007.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00009.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00010.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00011.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00013.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00014.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00015.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00017.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00018.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00019.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00021.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00022.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00023.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00025.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00026.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00027.jpg
    MSMR-Hurricane00029.jpg

    to be clear, these are Vdub generated images, from an MP4 file, yes I have the mp4 addon/filter.
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  7. I Just did the following:
    1. copied a bunch of jpgs inside a folder
    2. renamed them so that they match your naming
    3. opened Virtual Dub (1.10.3)
    4. drag&dropped the first image into Virtual Dub
    -> all files were displayed properly

    Can you open the files in a normal image viewer?
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    I am SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ashamed! It WAS the image sequencing! You can see in the above list, every fourth file is missing!!!!!

    SHAME! SHAME! SHAME! SHAME! SHAME!

    ("BANGS head against granite keyboard!")


    I am sorry to have wasted your time.


    I wanted to make the video a slow-motion video via this method.

    [2] I extracted all frames as pics with Virtualdub, about 1600 pics in total.
    [3] I then copied this four times, until i had 27600 pics, four sets of 6800 pics.
    [4] I then renumbered them with Total Commander, from 1a, 1b, 1c, to 1, 2, 3, 4, ....27600.
    [5]I then loaded them back into Virtualdub,
    But I changed my mind and wanted to slow it down with a factor THREE, not FOUR, which of course broke the sequence.


    This is prolly not the best way to get a slomo video, but it's cheap, and entirely my own. so ...
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  9. you could have just changed the output frame rate or use a decimate-filter for Virtual Dub
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  10. You can do slomo in avisynth, but it can be difficult to learn at first

    A free program that allows for ramping (curves) with a GUI featuring smooth transitions is slomovideo
    http://slowmovideo.granjow.net/

    It allows for optical flow (motion vector interpolated frames) , not just simple inserted duplicates or inserted blended frames - it's a alternative to more expensive plugins and programs like twixtor, after effects ,nuke
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    thanks, you two, i will give it a shot.
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    What was all the fuzz about?

    http://youtu.be/fZuXJwcLdSI
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