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Re: [Gnash-dev] Patches for dumping all SWF frames into images

From: Hyun-woo Park
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] Patches for dumping all SWF frames into images
Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2012 15:14:25 +0900

Thank you for replying!
I just added a patch. I didn't notice that, Sorry :-) 

And I also tested @30 argument on dump-gnash -D option, but it didn't give me a same quality than screenshot capturing.
But I tested it not recent version of gnash, so I'll test it later again on latest version, thanks.


On Mar 12, 2012, at 3:10 PM, Sandro Santilli wrote:

Sorry for the late answer.

Please file a ticket with your patch. For documenting you should look
up documentation for boost::program_options.
Note that you can append @30 to the argument passed to 'dump-gnash -D'
to get 30FPS framerate in output.
Interval is the heart-beat interval, it is enough that you set it to a
value lower than the required one (10 is fine).

Patches to improve the documentation of that '@' suffix are also welcome.


On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 9:09 AM, 박현우 <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi hackers.

I'm using  gnash to make 'movie' file from SWF.

At first, I dumped SWF files with 'dump-gnash -D' options.

But I couldn't get best quality movie with that option - it only supports 'interval/delay', so I can't get each of exact frame of SWF.
Default dump-gnash delay is 10ms - 100fps, but my SWFs are 30fps and we can't use float value(16.66667ms) as interval.
And also, The result from converting 100fps into 30fps via ffmpeg was not good. So I decided to use 'screenshot' feature to make a movie.

Attached file is a patch for adding 'dump all screenshot' / using '--screenshot all'.
( I wanted to add a help message on '-h' option, I can't find a good location for it. There is no help message for  'last' option that currently supported, neither )


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