turn off antialiasing

You can also use ImageMagick. I believe the command is:

convert -delay 20 c:/myimages/img*.png c:/myvideo/imgs.mpg

Eli

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To: "Peter Groszkowski" <pgroszko@...84...>
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Subject: Re: [Matplotlib-users] turn off antialiasing

    > use mplayer to put the png images together.. results are
    > quite nice...

Can you post the command you use to play the pngs? Can mplayer output
an avi or mpg, or does it just animate the images.

I saw from the man pages that something like

mplayer mf=type=png:fps=25 mf:/filemask

is required, but I don't know how to set the filemask of if this is
the right approach. I'd like to add some instructions to the FAQ.

Thanks,
JDH

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Eli Glaser wrote:

You can also use ImageMagick. I believe the command is:

convert -delay 20 c:/myimages/img*.png c:/myvideo/imgs.mpg

might also note that to use this you will need to have mpeg2encode installed... ImageMagic does not depend on this directly so you will have to do the install yourself...

i initially used 'convert' for my purposes, but it is much more limited than mencoder (ex. frame rates)...

peter