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How to convert or make video file from image frames ..?
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If this has to be prorammatical, you need to tag the language and the platform. If you want to use some available software -- just the platform; but you can find such software by yourself -- this is not a big deal.
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aasikRaja 18-Oct-12 7:20am
   
u can use direct show and its editing services to do this.see msdn about directshow.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 18-Feb-13 13:30pm
   
Please stop re-posting the same question. This is spamming.
You asked 3 times before; if you have question, use "Improve questions", ask follow-up questions in comments.
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Solution 1

Too bad you did not specify anything.

So, using the multiplatform approach can help you in all cases; even if you want to do something like that programmatically. I would use ffmpeg, open-source and multiplatform:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ffmpeg[^],
http://ffmpeg.org/[^].

Here is how:
http://electron.mit.edu/~gsteele/ffmpeg/[^],
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2829113/ffmpeg-create-a-video-from-images[^],
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7468274/ffmpeg-images-to-video-script-anyone[^].

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Solution 3

Do you mean that you want to generate a video from images? if yes, there are many forums on Codeproject and Stackoverflow.
I found a link (I'm not sure were) to a project that does generate videos from images on disk but I think the same operations apply to images in memory.
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Solution 2

you can use the Samples\AsfCreate project in WindowsMediaNet Samples.

It creates an Asf or WMV file from a collection of bitmaps.

you can download this library and sample projects from here http://WindowsMediaNet.SourceForge.net[^]
   

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