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#1490542 --- 10/07/16 11:09 AM Motion jpeg
Bowler1 Offline
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Does anyone know of a program to convert mp4 to motion jpeg? The file is on a thumb drive and would like to have it loop on a Sanyo tv for display purposes. The tv settings say the file format must be in motion jpeg with 320x240 & 30 fps. Any suggestions appreciated. Thank you !!

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#1490548 --- 10/07/16 12:11 PM Re: Motion jpeg [Re: Bowler1]
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#1490550 --- 10/07/16 12:29 PM Re: Motion jpeg [Re: Bowler1]
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You want a .gif, here is what I use

http://download.cnet.com/Free-MP4-Video-Converter/3000-2194_4-75628166.html



here is a free conversion site but they water mark it

https://imgflip.com/gifgenerator

I take it you want to be able to make things like this

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#1490553 --- 10/07/16 01:07 PM Re: Motion jpeg [Re: Bowler1]
Bowler1 Offline
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Timbo: Thank you for the links, I'm checking them out.I'm sure there is something there that will do what I want to do.

Dr D:I do not know if the .gif would be the right file format that the tv would recognize. I am going to grab a bunch of the file formats and try them, you never know may just get lucky.
On a side note, the original recording is a video in .mp4, maybe I could convert it to .avi then to m-jpeg. Worth a try ! I will try to put it in the .gif and see what happens. Thank you. I will post what happens either way.

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