As I explained privately to Mac Nicolardot, GAP, the GIMP Animation
Package, is able to to that, but its Master Videoencoder plugin is not
available on Windows. Unfortunately, GAP has not been updated for several
years now.

2014-12-28 19:06 GMT+01:00 Ofnuts <ofn...@laposte.net>:

> On 28/12/14 18:15, Marc Nicolardot wrote:
>
>> Good afternoon,
>> I woul'd like to convert an animation built with GAP and GIMP (a folder
>> with 500 frames (i.e. 500 numbered .xcf files)) to an MPEG file with a .wav
>> file (music). I have read in O. Lecarme and K. Delvare french book it
>> shoul'd be possible, but I don't find the video/Master Videoencoder in the
>> video menu (page 197 in the book). What coul'd be the problem ?
>> Note : the animation does work with the Playback function in the video
>> menu.
>> Thank you very much if you can help me.
>>
>
> I never heard of a direct-to-video plugin for Gimp. IMHO your best bet is
> to convert your XCF  images to PNG using some utility (ImageMagick) and
> then to make the video from the PNGs using some other utility (ffmpeg
> springs to mind).
>
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