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Conversion of AVI (Microsoft RIFF )to different image frames

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My project is "person authentication using audio and vedio".
I have to synchronize these audio and vedio features to identify a person.For this we are digitizing data. The software we are using is "alphavcr".We are able to digitize
data in AVI format.It is stored in MICROSOFT RIFF format.
 To view this AVI file I am using XANIM on SGI machine which
runs on X_Windows platform.
 Now My problem is to divide the AVI file into different images.
 How to do that  ?

 thanks  
 sagar.
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by:ruperts
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Go to download.com and download Multimedia Xplorer 2.0.1 which claims to be able to handle all sorts of gfx files.


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Ruperts

  I didn't find the Multimedia Xplorer 2.0.1 in download.com.
  I am not interested in WIndows ( AVI to mpeg converter)
  give replies for either of these
   
  My problem is divide AVi files (Microsoft RIFF) format into
  different frames in( GIF or PGM or JPEG ) so that I can use       them for processing.

  so

  1) give AVI(Microsoft RIFF) to Mpeg  converter which runs on          X-windows platform
  2) Directly Give software that converts AVI(microsoft RIFF)
     into frames( GIF,JPEG,PGM)
 thans
 sagar.
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Hi Gvsagar,
You should give Adobe Premier a try, it can convert just about any format to any other format.

http://www.adobe.com/prodindex/premiere/main.html

Good luck!

Sincerely,
Jason

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hey sagar,
in GIF Construction Set choose movie to gif under the file menu, you can then save the individual frames which could then be converted easily to any format you need. This program does not handle audio like premiere, however... but it definately serves its purpose
you can get a demo at http://www.mindworkshop.com, registration is $20, and well worth it, + $5 will get you the cd.
-rap
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BEST TOOL ON THE NET THE GRAPHIC STYLE IS WITHOUT A DOUBT:
GRAPHIC WORK SHOP FOR WINDOWS.
IT'S SHARE WARE AND ONE CAN DOWNLOAD ON
WWW.MINDWORK.SHOP.COM/ALCHEMY/ALCHEMY.HTML
HAVE FUN WITH IT !!
GREETINGS FROM HEXJUMPER
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by:gbentley
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Is anybody READING the question/answers? He doesn't want Windows software, he wants X-Windows on the SGI(Silicon Graphics) platform.
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Fixed the -1 problem on this question.
Escrow points corrected.

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