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How to double speed in VBScript using ByteScout Image To Video SDK

The tutorial below will demonstrate how to double speed in VBScript

The sample source codes on this page shows how to double speed in VBScript. ByteScout Image To Video SDK is the software development kit that can take a set of images and generate video slide show from them. Includes built-in support for 100+ of 2-D and 3-D slide transitions effects. Supports output in WMV, AVI, WEBM video formats and you can use it to double speed with VBScript.

The SDK samples like this one below explain how to quickly make your application do double speed in VBScript with the help of ByteScout Image To Video SDK. In order to implement the functionality, you should copy and paste this code for VBScript below into your code editor with your app, compile and run your application. Further enhancement of the code will make it more vigorous.

Free trial version of ByteScout Image To Video SDK is available on our website. Documentation and source code samples are included.

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' You can speed up the conversion using the following technique: ' 1) Generate video parts in parallel threads; ' 2) Combine these parts into final video. ' Let us say you have 20 slides. ' Then you can run a thread to convert 1-10 slides and another one to convert 11-20 slides. ' Finally combine these parts into a single one using .JoinWMVFiles(part1, part2, output) ' or .JoingAVIFiles(part1, part2, output) functions. Set converter1 = CreateObject("BytescoutImageToVideo.ImageToVideo") Set converter2 = CreateObject("BytescoutImageToVideo.ImageToVideo") converter1.SetLogFile "log1.txt" converter2.SetLogFile "log2.txt" ' 1st thread converter1.AddImageFromFileName("slide1.jpg") converter1.AddImageFromFileName("slide2.jpg") converter1.AddImageFromFileName("slide3.jpg") ' 2nd thread converter2.AddImageFromFileName("slide4.jpg") converter2.AddImageFromFileName("slide5.jpg") converter2.AddImageFromFileName("slide6.jpg") Set slides1 = converter1.Slides Set slides2 = converter2.Slides slides1.GetSlide(0).Effect = 1 slides1.GetSlide(1).Effect = 1 slides1.GetSlide(2).Effect = 1 slides2.GetSlide(0).Effect = 1 slides2.GetSlide(1).Effect = 1 slides2.GetSlide(2).Effect = 1 ' set output video filename for parts (WMV or AVI) converter1.OutputVideoFileName = "part1.wmv" converter2.OutputVideoFileName = "part2.wmv" converter2.Run converter1.Run while converter1.IsRunning Or converter2.IsRunning WScript.Sleep 100 wend ' Join parts into the final video file (you may also use .JoinAVIFiles() to join AVI files) converter1.JoinWMVFiles "part1.wmv", "part2.wmv", "Final.wmv" MsgBox "All threads are done." Set slide1 = Nothing Set slides1 = Nothing Set converter1 = Nothing Set slide2 = Nothing Set slides2 = Nothing Set converter2 = Nothing ' Open the output file in default app Set shell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell") shell.Run "final.wmv", 1, false Set shell = Nothing

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