There are some artists out there doing some amazing work using FFglitch.

I put this page up so that I don’t have to go hunting for examples every time I want to show someone what can be done with FFglitch.


Thomas Collet has a lot of work using FFglitch on vimeo, instagram, and reddit.



A bunch more from Thomas:


Kaspar Ravel wrote a blog post about a collaboration he did with Thomas Collet which resulted in this gem: kaspar and thomas

Here’s the blog post: https://www.kaspar.wtf/blog/encoding-the-game-of-life-in-datamosh

And the post on reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/brokengifs/comments/e25f6b/want_to_see_a_magic_trick/


This clip made by Ben Cooper using mainly avidemux, tomato.py, and FFglitch.



Jo Grys has posted some videos on Facebook:

Study In Motion Vectors (rnd13), frgmnt.org 2018 #videomosh #FFglitch #MVmanipulation #FFmpeg #Python #mpeg2

Horses! (rnd19 algo mosh over filtered source, using an excerpt from "Human ext Vol. I) frgmnt.org 2019 #videomosh #FFglitch #MVmanipulation #FFmpeg #Python #mpeg2

Posted by Jo Grys on Saturday, February 2, 2019
Source: Left / Transformation: Right

Posted by Jo Grys on Sunday, October 21, 2018

There are more if you search for #ffglitch on Facebook:


Ian Keaveny has some videos and a blog post:



And some more random clips I found spread around the interwebz: