Encode MPEG Movie via Javascript/Webbrowser?

I have created a script in JS which creates video frames as separate images, which I would like to encode to a video format (eg. MPEG-4). What would be the best way to do that? I considered using Node.JS and FFMpeg on the server, though I can't see why would anyone want to upload hundreds of 1080p images to the server solely for encoding and downloading again. How about a separate browser plugin? Any ideas?

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The closest thing I saw is this - Whammy: A Real Time Javascript WebM Encoder Some people tried to compile ffmpeg with emscripten but I'm not sure about result


It seems that success was achieved here http://www.briangrinstead.com/blog/video-funhouse


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