I’m looking to provide a tool that will accept a video file in a standard format video (could be SD, 720p, 1080p or higher) and output a converted version that is 360x203 at 15FPS.
Has anyone experimented or created code for such an operation in native Xojo? I know that I can use the MBS suite, but this project will end up being an open source tool for schools, so 3rd party plugins could be a problem.
Actually, I was trying to implement something that could be part of the teaching process for high school students. They tend to learn a lot more successfully with examples that actually do something useful.
As I mentioned - accept a standard video file (as defined by the system, so .MOV, .MP4, .AVI), and output a lower resolution, lower frame rate version at 360x203 (basically 1/3 the size of 720p). I know I could do this using the old QTKit support in older versions of Real Studio, but QT is sleeping with the fishes, so I’m looking for the newer alternates.