Howdy folks, I've been trying to learn some how to work with shell scripts lately, so I've been making great use of Homebrew packages to make some basic macros.
My latest one is designed to use Gifski (a Homebrew package) to convert video files to gif images. I have been using it for a few days now to convert screen recordings of my other macros to the
gif format so I can upload them to the forum here. There is also a GUI application that I used before, and while it has certain advantages (like estimating the file size), I prefer this to be as automated as possible.
No screen recording of this one as it's all done in the background.
While the macro works quite well for me (and why I posted it here, and not in the Questions and Suggestions category), I'm still interested in everybody's thoughts and ideas if this macro can be improved. Thanks in advance, and if this macro proves useful to anybody else then enjoy!
NOTE: This macro has special requirements to run
This macro makes use of the following KM version 10 action(s):
Display progress bar
Position next engine window
If you are running a previous version of KM, simply disable or remove said action(s).
This macro requires Homebrew to be installed. Click the link for more info.
This macro requires Gifski (a Homebrew package) to be installed. Click the link for more info.
This macro requires the end-user to set a
ENV_PATH variable (or specify the path in the shell script). Click the link for more info.
CURRENT VERSION: 1.1 (Monday, January 24, 2022)
v1.1: Fixed an issue with the order of the options in the initial prompt action.