Thanks a lot for quick response, sadly this do not work in windows atleast!
C:\ProgramData\Memeer\demo\media>egg-texture-cards -o loadbird.egg -fps 24 “load bird”\*.png
Unable to read image load bird/*.png
Some textures not found; not generating egg file.
while the files are present:
C:\ProgramData\Memeer\demo\media>dir “load bird”
Volume in drive C has no label.
Volume Serial Number is E0C2-4027
Directory of C:\ProgramData\Memeer\demo\media\load bird
2021-06-01 12:58 PM .
2021-06-01 12:58 PM …
2021-06-01 12:52 PM 248,557 rush__0001.png
2021-06-01 12:52 PM 248,492 rush__0002.png
2021-06-01 12:52 PM 248,460 rush__0003.png
2021-06-01 12:52 PM 248,598 rush__0004.png
This command in my case will be executed from os.system python API, so i was thinking of renaming directory to some temp name (random or just some timestamp), create egg file there, update egg content with correct file path, and rename back (i will be anyway copying around lots of images from panda and ffmpeg, so maybe users might not notice much performance issue).
But still i fail to see any reason this should not work? for all i could understand Cpp, same setup is read to get directory for all the files, and they all are happily working except this one
EDIT: One thing worth mentioning here is that (along with your command on linux) the below command work:
egg-texture-cards -o loadbird.egg -fps 24 “…\media\bird 25.png”
which makes me think this might have something to do with forward/backward slash with *.png!