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hi, why not take the rss way, using a service like ? probably you get a easier to parse flow.

regards Michele

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mic commented on Paul's Discussion, “Transforming a movie frame by frame


I wonder why that couldn't be solved in the following way, splitting the problem in several task.

  1. Calculate FPS of the original file. This can be achieved with parabox "frames per seconds" node: play the movie for a few seconds, hold the value this node gives.
  2. Process the movie with "step movie frames" technique I showed in the other post, and put every processed frame in a list; no worry if frame elaboration needs huge time;
  3. With a fire periodically node, triggered every [original FPS]/60 seconds, get an item from the list and write to a file with "save frames to movie".

I'm trying to code all this but there's some issues yet. Anyway @Jaymie , if you didn't propouse this is perhaps because there's something wrong that I'm not catching with this plan? Paul, could this schema solve you problem?

regards michele

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mic commented on Bodysoulspirit's Node Set, “Layer : Transform Layer in 3D

Seen the code. Just a dozen of rows. Really astonished.

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mic posted a new Bug Report, “error in documentation

error in documentation


Vuo version: 

OS version: 

  • macOS 10.14

How severely does this bug affect you?: 

●○○○ — Not much; I'm just letting you know about it.

Steps causing the bug to occur: 

  1. Select "Save Frames to Movie" node in library
  2. Open example composition reported at the end of the node documentation "Record Movie"
  3. That composition doesn't use "save Frame to Movie", using "Save Image to Movie" instead.

Other notes: 

I can't understand the difference between the two nodes.

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mic commented on Paul's Discussion, “Movies with identical fps and duration

Hi Paul,

ok I understand now. You should use "save frames to movie" node, whose documentation says "Save Video Frame — Appends a video frame (an image with a timestamp) to the movie file."

Here is a composition that keeps just half of original fps (you need Parabox additional nodes installed.):

To tell the truth, it appears to work even using "Save Images to Movie" instead than "Save Frames to Movie".

cheers mic