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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.


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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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