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Make FLV from tif etc on linux?

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does anyone have any info on making flv files from tif (jpg etc) on linux...cmd line tool?

I've searched around but all I seem to find are apps that will convert video (avi etc) to flv.

thanks

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cannot test this currently, but I think Ffmpeg can encode FLV.

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mpeg vcd vob mpegts crc image imagepipe ac3 h263 m4v h264 mpeg1video mjpeg s16le s16be u16le u16be s8 u8 mulaw alaw rawvideo null mp2 rm asf asf_stream avi wav swf au gif mov 3gp mp4 mpjpeg singlejpeg dv flv yuv4mpegpipe ffm audio_device nut rtp

yeah it's in there somewhere :)

thanks...

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thanks...

I think ffmpeg will do the trick...

just to let people know what I'm up to...

since quicktime support on Linux is pretty much non-existent I'm looking into using flv (flash video - youtube etc) as a replacement...

I'll let everyone know what I come up with.

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cannot test this currently, but I think Ffmpeg can encode FLV.

In the past, I've used encoded FLV video using the command line:

mencoder <src> -ffourcc FLV1 -of lavf -ovc lavc -lavcopts vcodec=flv -nosound <dest>

I didn't have to deal with audio though (-nosound).

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