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I recorded a video, and thought it would be easier to upload as an animated gif. I decided to look at ffmpeg and see if it can create animated gifs, and it can.
In this post I explain how.
Having created a video, I want a call to action image that plays after the video is complete, and I want this to be standardised for a lot of my videos.
I can do that with ffmpeg
I want to create IGTV videos without any extra video editing, and with a few additional ffmpeg commands, and by creating a header image, I can do that.
I release a lot of videos. They tend to be ‘evergreen’ which means I want to promote them for a long time.
To do that I really need a transcription of the video.
I want to create smaller excerpts of my YouTube videos. I upload these small videos to Linkedin, Twitter and Instagram. And they will drive traffic to the main video on YouTube.
And I want to do that without any extra video editing.
I’ve been using a Mac more and I’ve noticed that the mp4 files generated by Camtasia on the mac are much bigger than those generated on the PC.
A recent conference talk recording was output at 5.74 gig which meant I couldn’t upload on my Vimeo plan so I had to find a way to compress the file.