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It's possible to screen record on macs for free using the program quick time. All you need to do is select File -> New Screen Recording and then you're good. You can use this with any normal full screen visualizer of your choice.


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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