Two years ago, we were introduced to a Raspberry Pi 3.
Since then, it’s been used to create several great videos, including the famous “Titanic” video from 2013.
But the latest iteration is getting a little outdated, and it’s now coming to the Pi 2 in an attempt to bring the video-making experience closer to the hardware.
In this article, we’ll go through how to make a basic Raspberry Pi video using a basic set of editing tools.
If you want to get started right away, you can use the Raspberry Pis Pi 2, Raspberry Pi Zero, or Pi Zero W to make video using this tutorial.
For the first step, we will be using the Pi Zero to make an image that is made of a single frame.
For a more advanced set of tools, we have added an additional layer of automation.
First, we create a new file and upload it to our Raspberry Pi:First, we open a new Terminal window:We then navigate to the directory where we want to create the video:Next, we navigate to a folder named .img and rename it to .jpg:Next we navigate back to the folder where we created the video file:Finally, we save the video using your favorite text editor, and click “Save.”
After the video is saved, we then move to the video folder on our Raspberry Pis and select it:Finally we save a file called .video.mov, using the same text editor as we used in the previous step.
To finish up, we click “Close” to exit the video editor.