I've scripted (in LINQPad) a small compositional image processing library and now I want to make movies with it. What's the easiest way in .NET to combine a series of bitmaps (System.Drawing.Bitmap) to a movie? Preferably without having to resort to 3rd party libraries and native code wrappers. Thanks!
AForge has video import features and wraps around DirectShow, it then exposes video as a sequence of System.Drawing.Bitmap frames for processing; but as for saving you'll have to dump each bitmap to disk and then re-encode using separate software.
@itsnotabug: Thanks. This looks just right for my task.
yep. i'm playing with it and its pretty awesome. it's the *missing* interface to directshow. so easy to do seemingly difficult things. i love it.
Hmm, windows live movemaker has some nifty, APIs'
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