Image Sequence to Video

When I work with a team, not every member has the same options I have or vice versa. For years I have used Photoshop to generate videos out of a set of image sequence.

The other day I was training a friend exporting video from Blender and to avoid losing or corrupting a video file because of a system failure, yes… sorry to burst your bubble, but Mac do crash and freeze, so I recommend, and always do, to render Blender animations as image sequence, if something happens, you can start from where it stopped, then turn the images back to video on Photoshop. But my friend does not have Photoshop and he already exhausted his trial period.

I looked into iMovie, which do not have a quick image sequence to video option, or at least that I know of, if you do, please comment. Neither I know if Gimp2 has an option for it. But I did find out that Blender do the trick as well. Pretty versatile fellow.

So here, I will show how to convert image sequences to video utilizing both options. From the most expensive tool to the less inexpensive (FREE) too.

More information about Photoshop:
http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop.html

More information about Blender:
http://blender.org/

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Happy Designing.

Best Composer Tutorial, So Far


I have spent a lot of time looking for tutorials about Composer, and most of them concentrate only in how to install and the basic usage of the dependency manager frameworks. Which is something you find on the Composer official web site. This represent a problem if you want to use your own custom private dependencies and classes.

But very few of the tutorials explain how to use your own code, or add them into the composer.json file to take advantage of the autoload method. But do not fear, I found a great tutorial that cover all, the PHP Composer Tutorial by Lamin Sanneh.



This is a youTube playlist that consist of 19 videos, they should play automatically once you trigger the play button, so relax, sit down and enjoy.

Happy Coding!