From a speed and flexibility standpoint, Ffmpeg is hands down the best tool for adding an audio track to your video.
There are a multitude of codecs and file formats to choose from, referenced with a single command. … More Adding Audio to a Video with Ffmpeg
Today I’m going to show how to use Audacity’s Region Labels to build an audio track that synchs with a video.
In the next post, I’ll go through some commands for adding audio to a video with Ffmpeg. … More Region Labels in Audacity
Ffmpeg by John van Sickle is a powerful tool that puts control into the hands of the artist.
‘…it’s a project containing a command line suite of tools that allow someone to convert quite literally any piece of media to any other piece of media. … More Create a Movie from Images with Ffmpeg
Here I’m going to show how to create the frames for a simple top to bottom scrolling cel animation.
In the next post I’ll show how to use ffmpeg to output the movie.
I was inspired by the retro fireplaces of the 1950’s. … More Scrolling Flames with GIMP
Recently I was looking for a dynamic particle effect that was subtle enough to use as a background.
After a ton of experimenting, I found a combination of GIMP’s Cubism and Motion Blur filters which yielded an interesting look. … More A Particle Effect with GIMP