Steven Winterhalter

Doodle Quartz Composer Composition

Posted on | December 14, 2011 | No Comments

This is a doodle flv video using the techniques from Quartz Composer tutorial 6: Dynamic Slideshow and Creating a FLV Video File on Mac OS X with a few ffmpeg commands found at this great post, 19 ffmpeg commands for all needs. Another tool I used was Capture Me, which is a Screen Capture and Recording app for Mac OS X.

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