On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 2:02 PM, Federico Leva (Nemo)
Daniel Schwen, 22/09/2009 14:45:
This is neat. Needs randomizing, noscroll, wait
until images are fully
loaded, opacity/fading, Ken Burnsing(?)
But still it's great (and sooo quick).
Thank you, Magnus!
I turned randomization on (was off for testing, I forgot), and now has
overflow:hidden (=noscroll). All images except the first one are
Of course, wikimedia servers are down, so no joy :-(
Much better. :-)
But it is not what the uploader asked for, I guess.
There are many
tools that do what he wants: Gwenview/Digikam, Kdenlive for example.
most annoying thing is to download all images individually,
then Magnus tool is (already) very useful. The problem is how to convert
the loop into a (not huge) video to be watched without internet
connection or combined with an audio recording.
So, some tool to (transiently) generate a tar file with all images in
a category for downloading? Might be worth a try...
Yes, it would be useful. But if you need to reuse them you have the
perennial problem of metadata (title, author, license) to be downloaded
and added. :-/