Useful tools and instructions

Image sequence to video

How to convert images to a video:
First, download the tool here. Then, move the python file to the folder with images you want to convert. After that, you can just run it and follow the instructions it gives you. For multiple files, * means any combinations of letters in the place of the *. For example: if your folder has three files: image1.png, image2.png, and 3.png and you put image*.png it would only use image1.png and image2.png, because 3.png doesn’t start with image. You can ignore errors as long as it generates a video, if it doesn’t, please ask here and I will try to help.

Image to pixel art image

How to convert an image to pixel art:
First, download this tool here. Second, run the downloaded file by typing python3 pixelartmaker.py in a terminal in the folder it was downloaded in. Then, it will prompt you for three things, the first is the file you want to convert to pixel art, the second is how much you want to scale each dimension up by, and the third is where you want the pixel art image to be saved to.

FFMPEG

Ffmpeg is an open source program not created by me, however, I do have a simple guide on using it here.

AI Upscaling

There are many different AI programs that can be used to increase the resolution of images, while keeping them so that they still look good. If you want to see a comparison of these different programs, I have one here.

Image Magick

ImageMagick is an open source program not created by me, however, I do have a simple guide on using it here.

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