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Rippmaster

TIp on "video frame" (photo frame for videos)?

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Im making some old pictures into "motion posters" or "animated pictures" in mp4 format.

 

I will have like 100 of these, and wonder what medium i shoul use? Main purpose for this is actually to have a "digital photo frame" that suits the 21th century.  Existing products isnt smart. You cant have a clock abouve the videos if you use windows and vlc player, ect ect and so on.

the app "dayframe" for android seem nice, but it dosnt handle videos. 

 

- galaxy tab s2 (good picture quality) but what andid app do i use for shuffeling random through 100 videos?

- PC, should i use kodi? can i use cinemavision?   or is there any good windows specific program? great would be if there was soft transitions between animated picture? If i use PC, what screen should i use? Tablets have better screens im persuming? (OLED) vs tft screens for pcs.

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23 hours ago, Rippmaster said:

Im making some old pictures into "motion posters" or "animated pictures" in mp4 format.

 

I will have like 100 of these, and wonder what medium i shoul use? Main purpose for this is actually to have a "digital photo frame" that suits the 21th century.  Existing products isnt smart. You cant have a clock abouve the videos if you use windows and vlc player, ect ect and so on.

the app "dayframe" for android seem nice, but it dosnt handle videos. 

 

- galaxy tab s2 (good picture quality) but what andid app do i use for shuffeling random through 100 videos?

- PC, should i use kodi? can i use cinemavision?   or is there any good windows specific program? great would be if there was soft transitions between animated picture? If i use PC, what screen should i use? Tablets have better screens im persuming? (OLED) vs tft screens for pcs.

You could certainly use Kodi and CinemaVision, but that's a lot of overhead for a photo frame, and wouldn't be seamless since CinemaVision is designed for content preshows and requires a feature. I'm not sure if there's an Android app for what you're wanting to do, but you could also make the content animated GIFs instead and likely play them with any photo slideshow app.

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