I followed all the steps from
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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Looking for subtitles of: Höök tt0997023, Lime tt0269480, La clé sur la porte tt0077348. tt=iMDb.com Found Desideria tt0081724 subtitle! :-)
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
are you images are named with sequential numbering?
(poisondeathray was faster )
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.
Last edited by KneeGrow; 5th Aug 2013 at 10:51.Looking for subtitles of: Höök tt0997023, Lime tt0269480, La clé sur la porte tt0077348. tt=iMDb.com Found Desideria tt0081724 subtitle! :-)
hmmm, did you see the two people asking this same question? Yes? And me answering this?
Then have at it:
to be clear, these are Vdub generated images, from an MP4 file, yes I have the mp4 addon/filter.Looking for subtitles of: Höök tt0997023, Lime tt0269480, La clé sur la porte tt0077348. tt=iMDb.com Found Desideria tt0081724 subtitle! :-)
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?
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.
 I extracted all frames as pics with Virtualdub, about 1600 pics in total.
 I then copied this four times, until i had 27600 pics, four sets of 6800 pics.
 I then renumbered them with Total Commander, from 1a, 1b, 1c, to 1, 2, 3, 4, ....27600.
I then loaded them back into Virtualdub,
This is prolly not the best way to get a slomo video, but it's cheap, and entirely my own. so ...
Last edited by KneeGrow; 5th Aug 2013 at 11:23.
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
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
thanks, you two, i will give it a shot.