SFMLab will soon be migrated to a new codebase. In preparation for this, we have temporarily disabled some site functionality, namely the features listed below. This is necessary to ensure the move will not lead to accidental data-loss. You should still be able to download existing files available on the site.(although the EU server will suffer from reduced availability)
SFMLab will stay in read-only mode until the end of February, when the migrations are set to conclude.
These are some simple scripts for windows users that let you convert animation image sequences or video files into some properly compressed MP4 or WEBM files and have some thumbnails made as well.
Also comes with a batch convert feature if you need to convert lots of legacy stuff.
For advanced users I suggest using AviDemux or MeGui to make individually fine-tuned MP4 files.
Instructions on how to use:
http://aregeecs.tumblr.com/tutorial-sfm-video-files (this should be most up to date version of the manual)
also mirror here on sfmlab:
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