Am Mittwoch, 12. Oktober 2016, 02:07:12 CEST schrieb Ben Suttor: > 2016-10-11 10:50 GMT+02:00 Tobias Ellinghaus <m...@houz.org>: > > Am Dienstag, 11. Oktober 2016, 02:20:34 CEST schrieb Ben Suttor: > >> Hi all, > >> I'm working on small tool for coloring videos (frames) using > >> darktable. In order to do that I use darktable-cli to render frame by > >> frame. Unfortunately this is a quite slow process compared to what > >> darktable itself can do. Exporting the sames files within darktable > >> gives me an export rate of 1.1 fps compared to 0.25 fps using > >> darktable-cli. Is there any way to give darktable-cli a list of frames > >> to render? If not, is it planned to implement such a functionality? > > > > That is indeed something on my TODO list for a while now, mainly because I > > have the same usecase as you: processing video frames. > > > > Currently we are in feature freeze, so it won't be part of darktable > > 2.2.0, > > but I hope to get it done afterwards. And maybe even backport it to the > > stable branch then. No promises though. > > > >> Thx, > >> Ben Suttor > > > > Tobias > > That sounds great, I'm really looking forward for this!
commit 2a81acc5250ff8f7a7abee94648f974bce269712 Author: Tobias Ellinghaus <m...@houz.org> AuthorDate: Wed Oct 12 21:58:20 2016 +0200 Commit: Tobias Ellinghaus <m...@houz.org> CommitDate: Wed Oct 12 21:58:20 2016 +0200 Fix the bug that dt-cli can't operate on folders This finally allows dt-cli to accept a folder as the 1st parameter. This is most useful with variables in the output name. Just make sure to keep an explicit file extension for the output! For example like this: darktable-cli in/ nice_look.xmp "out/img_\$(SEQUENCE).jpg" > Ben
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