ffmpeg-gl-transition - FFmpeg filter for applying GLSL transitions between video streams.

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FFmpeg filter for applying GLSL transitions between video streams (gl-transitions). If you want an easier solution, I recommend checking out ffmpeg-concat, an npm module and CLI that allows you to concat a list of videos together using a standard build of ffmpeg along with the same sexy OpenGL transitions.

https://github.com/transitive-bullshit/ffmpeg-gl-transition

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