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Here is an example of using FFmpeg to convert a video to images and import them into Mathematica. I'm using the jfkrice.avi video as an example. This will convert the video to a list of images ffmpeg -i jfkrice.avi -r 10 -f image2 jfkrice/%05d.png the number 10 means 10 images per second. Then we can use Mathematica to import them imgls = Import /@ ...


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It wasn't a problem with my install, I just had to restart my computer. Maybe it had to update the Windows Registry.



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