blind-repeat - Repeat a video
blind-repeat (count | ’inf’) file
blind-repeat write the a video to stdout that is a loop of the selected video. The looped video is read from the selected file. The video will be repeated count times, or until there is no process the reads from this process’s stdout if inf is selected instead of count.
file must be a regular file, or ’-’. If file is ’-’, blind-repeat will read stdin into memory; you are highly discouraged from using this unless stdin is a single frame, or known to only be a very small number of frames, is it can potentially use all of the computer’s memory.
blind-repeat requires enough free memory to load the entire video into memory if it is read from stdin. A frame requires 32 bytes per pixel it contains. So for a 720p video at 25 Hz, 1 GB is reached in just below 1.5 seconds.
Mattias AndrÃ©e <[email protected]>