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pcastaction(1)						      General Commands Manual						    pcastaction(1)

The  tool  is  a  tool built to facilitate writing Podcast Producer workflows. It wraps a large set of commands needed for creating video or audio
podcasts. Actions include annotating QuickTime movies, video editing, sending emails, posting blog entries.  The available subcommands are:
  unpack
  shell
  preflight
  postflight
  encode
  annotate
  qceffect
  watermark
  title
  merge
  iTunes
  iTunesU
  mail
  archive
  publish
  groupblog
  template
  approval Run `pcastaction help` to access the built-in tool documentation. You can also run `pcastaction help <subcommand>` for more information
about the different commands.

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qc2movie(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 					       qc2movie(1)

NAME
qc2movie -- Quartz Composer export tool SYNOPSIS
qc2movie inCompositionPath|repositoryCompositionIdentifier outMoviePath width height duration [--parameterKey1 value1 ...] DESCRIPTION
qc2movie is a tool that exports a Quartz Composer composition into a QuickTime movie by adding a track containing this composition. It is the command line equivalent of exporting a composition for the Quartz Composer application to a QuickTime movie. OPTIONS
inCompositionPath|repositoryCompositionIdentifier specifies which composition you want to export. Ar inCompositionPath is the path to the composition. Ar reposito- ryCompositionIdentifier is the identifier of a composition which lies in the Quartz Composer Repository. outMoviePath specifies movie file path to which the composition will be exported to width defines the width of the export movie height defines the height of the export movie duration defines the length of the export movie [--parameterKey1 value1 ...] passes composition specific parameters through the command line tool to the composition EXAMPLES
-To create a 10 second QuickTime movie containing a Quartz Composer track of the Particle System composition: qc2movie "/Developer/Examples/Quartz Composer Compositions/Particle Systems/Particle System.qtz" ~/example.mov 640 480 10 -To merge two video tracks (30s each) together using an image transition protocol abiding composition (Swing for example) in the Quartz Composer Repository (using its identifier: /swing): qc2movie /swing ~/merged-example.mov 640 480 60 --inputMoviePath1 ~/firstVideo.mov --inputMoviePath2 ~/secondVideo.mov --duration 2 -To apply an image filter protocol abiding composition to the video track of a movie: qc2movie /colorpencil ~/effect-example.mov 640 480 30 --input ~/Video.mov SEE ALSO
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