This must be a really common thing because you see music on YouTube with a static image everywhere. But after extensive searching I cannot, for the life of me, figure out how to do it myself.
I have a single image that I want to have in a video with more than an hour of (legal) music. I've imported the image as a frame sequence but I can't figure out how to extend the length of the video to that of the sound.
Any reason you want to use VirtualDubMod? I imagine Moviemaker or the like would do this. Any simple movie editor.
video -> frame rate -> change so video and audio durations match
works for me, though I only use a single image, and I use virtualdub experimental.
grab the experimental build.
is there anything in particular you use vdbumod for? I used to use it because I think it can open mpeg files or something, but with input filters plain old virtualdub will open just about anything.
Have to say though, I'm starting to like avidemux a bit more because it offers way more output formats for stuff like phones, youtube, xbox/ps3 or mkv.
edit: I just tried it in vdubmod, worked there too.
This is what I did
get image -> make copy -> name them image 1.jpg & image 2.jpg
open image 1.jpg in vdubmod
streams -> stream list -> add some music
video -> frame rate -> adjust so audio video duration matches
audio direct copy
export to mkv
open in media player classic
see my edit, I don't compress it, it's just a static image so there's no need. I just set video to uncompressed rgb
I don't have divx installed, nor do I ever intend to so unfortunately I can't test that part of it.
I also can't upload the fruits of my labour because I don't have any royalty free music, nor am I any good at making my own.
are you using the divx profile for any particular reason? is this so it's compatible with a hardware player? or are you just going to upload this to youtube?