Carol Spears wrote:
On Wed, Jan 12, 2005 at 03:05:21PM +0100, Beatriz Botero wrote:
Carol Spears wrote:there should be two options in the Xtns -->Split Video to Frames Menu,
please excuse the long absence time, as I was outdoors spending some holydays.On Sat, Dec 18, 2004 at 03:29:15PM +0100, Beatriz Botero wrote:
i am now using gap successfully and xanim is not installed here. please make certain you have installed the supporting software that is listed in the README file and avoid using xanim to extract frames with. unless you dont want the blue chanel ....
I upgraded the Gimp-gap to version 2.0.2 and installed, without problems, the following packages:
mpeg2vidcodec_12 (MPEG-2 Encoder / Decoder, Version 1.2) mpeg_encode-1.5b mpeg_play-2.4 wavplay-1.4 MPlayer-1.0pre6
However, if I try to open Xtns -> Split video to frames -> Hummingbird.avi
(from http://carol.gimp.org/gimp/techniques/photographs/movies/) the Gimp gives the same error message about Xanim instead working with the above mentioned programs. Xanim istn't installed at all !
The avi file works in MPlayer without problems.
Thanks for your assistance
"Any XANIM readable" which uses XANIM and "Extract Videorange" which
use "Extract Videorange". that hummingbird.avi came from a tutorial about my first time with gap which was interesting. my later experience and better experiences with gap can be found here: http://carol.gimp.org/gimp2/animation/gap/
Carol, that is the problem: I don't have the option "Extract Videorange" I only have "Any XANIM readable". I have the programs installed in /usr/bin that is in the path. The option Video is working I did some tutorials with it.
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