How about GIF to AVI?

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Post by magick » 2006-06-26T12:21:55-07:00

There are currently no plans to support writing AVI images.

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Post by anthony » 2006-06-26T18:31:08-07:00

Specifically the AVI format is very specialised with literally hundreds of suported codecs and methods of encoding images. If you like a fairly standard AVI format try using a mpeg format "m2v' . EG:

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convert *.jpg m2v:glacier.mpg
Better still look at using "mencode" (of the mplayer software suite) to encode to various video formats. This is designed with AVI video creation.
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