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    Wilbefast timelapse (ld25)

    Posted by (twitter: @wilbefast)
    February 7th, 2013 1:32 pm

    I finally got around to posting my Ludum Dare 25 time-lapse, accompanied with some idle musings and some epic open (GPL3) music :)

    Check it out!


    A few notes in case you were wondering:

    • OS is Fedora 17 with XFCE
    • IDEs are Code::Blocks (for C++) and Netbeans (for Java)
    • Blender for 3D modeling
    • GIMP for sprites and for texturing
    • the scrot command-line program was used to capture images periodically:

    function capture
      local name=$(date +%s).png
      scrot $name
      echo $name
    while (true)
      sleep 10

    • ffmpeg was used to compile these images into a video:

    for old in *.png; do
      new=$(printf “%06d.png” ${n})
      mv ${old} ${new}
      let n=n+1
    ffmpeg -b 1800 -r 30 -i %06d.png -vcodec libx264 -crf 0 -vpre lossless_ultrafast -threads 0 out.mkv

    • Audacity was used to capture and clean the audio
    • OpenShot was used to edit and to compile the final video

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