I am in the middle of making a sort of interactive photo/video booth, the end outcome is short video clips recorded to disk that have sound embedded in the video clips. Sound is played from script in ofw.
I briefly touched on this subject before, although my intentions were misunderstood.
So I’m back on this topic now and have been testing out zachs memory-movie-maker
- As you add more frames to the video, of course the memory increases and the framerate drops. The flattened movie starts off ok and then speeds up towards the end.
I’ve tried ofSetFrameRate with little effect.
Do you think creating a file and adding to that file, rather than a movie object in memory, would solve this problem, or are we always going to get slowdown when trying to create a movie?
- Rather than trying to write something using the quicktime api, might it be better to somehow save a quicktime of the screen & audio to disk using seperate programs, and try to script it to combine the two files together (in something like applescript)?
Any thoughts on quicktime movie creation much appreciated.
I’m currently looking through the quicktime sample-programs