Webms u just made
anyone knows a website that lets you do this?
if there was such a thing, would you use it?
>anyone knows a website that lets you do this?
I mean, using audio from a TTS engine to add audio to an image
More Pupinia being Pupinia.
I had a gif made of this years ago, now I just made this webm of it. :)
OC Related. You have true patrician tastes, keep it up, proud of you.
SolveigMM Video Splitter does webms without re-encoding
so if yours goes over just cut it into 3.8mb or so chunks(will only cut on keyframes so it will never be perfectly 4mb)
Hey I wanna set the static image to be something else, is there anyway I can do that?
using ffmpeg btw
It's a section of corrugated metal pipe used for stormwater drainage. Most pipes don't support the entire weight of everything placed on top of them. Counterintuitively, the deeper the pipe is buried, or the more fill above it, the greater its capacity to carry a load. This is because the soil, depending on its type, is able to distribute the load around the pipe rather than simply transmit it directly onto it.
In this case the amount of soil cover over the pipe was too shallow for such a large diameter. Compounding the problem is the amount of clay used as fill. (Note the red soil under the parking lot.) Dry or damp clay is OK, but saturated clay is both heavier and weaker. The CMP buckled and for the same reason the fill material failed as well.
I thought it looked cool and felt kind of nostalgic or whatever
There's like a foot of fucking clearance over that pipe, even under the highway. What fucking chump contractor/urban architect fucking missed that huge issue? There should be way more than a foot.
>Hey I wanna set the static image to be something else, is there anyway I can do that?
>using ffmpeg btw
you mean the tumbnail on 4chan?
it's always the very first frame of the video, so you can cut your clip to have a good first frame. if you just want to insert a custom thumbnail:
First, procure a custom thumbnail in the resolution of your input video. The easiest way is to find a good frame in your video and save it as an image. This image goes into a second input -i.
Now use the overlay filter to put it ontop of your video. The overlay filter is designed for watermarks, so it will automatically repeat every frame. We only want to overlay the first frame, so we have to set repeatlast=0. Put your overlay filter before any size filter, so the dimensions match.
If you want to be really fancy about it, manually insert a key frame after the overlay to improve video quality with -force_key_frames expr:eq(n,1).
ffmpeg -i "input.avi" -i "thumbnail.jpg" -c:v libvpx -threads 4 -crf 10 -qmax 55 -b:v 500K -filter_complex "overlay=repeatlast=0,scale=-1:480" -force_key_frames expr:eq(n,1) -c:a libvorbis -ac 2 -qscale:a 0 "output.webm"
Let's see how bad I fucked up
>Only Vorbis is supported
I'm sure there's already webms of this but I had to make one
Friend recorded this from his phone and gave me the idea, first try at Adobe Premiere. it's okay
It would be mad cool if someone could piece this with Chinese military exercises and such and for a longer period of time. Plus I played Command and Conquer Red Alert soooooooo much back in the day. That is all.
the lyrics are in french
since i'm kind I'll copy paste the first link you get when you google the lyrics
the title is in the url :^)
(Avance, tue les soldats du diable sans hésitation)
if people wanna see if they can manage a better version, source is in the title.
Anyone mind telling me why my webm turn out shit like this? No bitrate/size limit, and I tried downscaling to make it look better but that didn't help.
All my gameplay webm turn out this way.
Why do the webms I make from GoPro footage always look like ass? It's not the bitrate - it looks the same at twice the size. High quality mode and 2-pass are enabled.
the constant movement makes it really hard to have good quality on low bitrates. try using footage of a better rider so the helmet cam is not as shaky. good riders move their head very little.
Helmet cam sucks ass. The only thing worse is handlebar cam.
>the constant movement
Look at the weird colour shifting (ignore Australia-vision): it doesn't match up with any movement.
>makes it really hard to have good quality on low bitrates
>It's not the bitrate - it looks the same at twice the size.