How to animate lots of photos into a Video file
If you have hundreds of photos or images that you want to display in quick succession, create a video file using these steps on Linux. The result is slightly lossy, which means that there will be some pixilation, but the resulting file is much smaller than if you were to create an animated GIF. A rule of thumb is that 1000 photos will make a 640x480-pixel AVI file of 4.4MB in size and an 8MB-sized Flash video (.flv) file. Here's how to do it, using some fine open source technology in the form of the LIBAV library:
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