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Under the video tab, you'll see two options. Video Codec, which is how the video is encoded (h.264 is the standard for .mp4 files), and Quality, which controls the level of video compression that occurs. It's the Quality slider that you're mostly worried about if you want to keep it an mp4. Drag that slider to the right to improve the quality (this will ...


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what about creating image sequences and then using somehting like ImageMagick to interpolate between the frames. So (assuming bash, zsh or similar shell) this should work: mkdir tempdir mkdir outputdir ffmpeg -i input.mov -f image2 tempdir/temp_%06d.png #create a png sequence len=$(ls -1 tempdir|wc -l) #count the files in temp dir for f in {0..$len} do ...



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