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It opens the image sequence, and applies some resizing.
Then avs2is executed with the AVS script file, output file and codec id as arguments.
All you need to have installed (besides Time Snapper) is Avi Synth.
This is, by the way, another advantage of using D instead of usual scripting languages: it's easy to make a binary that can be run without installing any interpreters, frameworks or runtimes, and it's just a few hundred KBs, not several MBs you would get using Python-to-exe or Ruby-to-exe packers.
You don't see many type annotations and declarations, there is no boilerplate usually associated with statically typed languages. rdmd (which comes with main D compiler - DMD) will compile and run the program, caching the binary so that subsequent calls will skip compilation and run the ready binary straight away.And it won't open a sequence of those PNGs so easily because their file names (given by Time Snapper) look like timestamps, not consequent numbers. It can handle a sequence of PNGs (again, if files are named properly) and present it as uncompressed video.And then I need a tool that will compress this video to an AVI file. Having Screen Pressor, Avi Synth and AVS2AVI on board all I need is a simple script that will orchestrate them, preparing the files and AVS script and running the tool. It should be run from the directory where Time Snapper stores its images.Found a weird unwanted shortcut on my desktop, what app placed it here?Quick look at its creation time, replay what I was doing then, ah, here's the thing I was installing at that moment.
Many of us encounter small tasks involving some file operations, text processing and running other processes.