Programmatically generate video or animated GIF in Python

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I want to create a video from a set of images and I am using wxPython for this. So that I can render to a wxDC or I can save the images to files, like PNG. Is there any Python library that I can use to create a video (AVI, MPG, etc) or an animated GIF from these frames?
Apr 25 in Python by Kichu
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You can use  ImageMagick. Save your frames as PNG files then invoke ImageMagick's convert.exe from Python to create an animated GIF. You can specify a frame duration for each frame individually.

I hope this helps you.
answered Apr 25 by narikkadan
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