[FFmpeg-user] Multiple Seeks (-ss/-t) in one file
redpenguinmail at gmail.com
Mon Nov 19 03:55:15 CET 2012
Well I understand what you mean.
But I want separate files but in a much more simple way than multiple
-i, -vcodec, etc.
I wanna maybe do something like -ss 00:05:00 -t 01:10:00 -ss 05:04:00
-t 1:10:00 shows.avi shows2.avi or similar.
Basically I want to cut multiple times but only have to do is one
single command, so that if I have something that is like 14 hours, but
I want 4 hours in random spots, I don't have to do 4 separate cuts
with 4 separate commands.
On Thu, Nov 15, 2012 at 7:07 AM, Nicolas George
<nicolas.george at normalesup.org> wrote:
> Le quartidi 24 brumaire, an CCXXI, Mr M a écrit :
>> I read online that you can do multiple of these if you do ffmpeg -i
>> INPUT -ss VALUE -t VALUE CODEC_PARAMTERS OUTPUTNAME then start all
>> over again with -i INPUT.
> You will get several files.
> Unfortunately, the concat filter can not be used here because the -t
> applies after the filters.
> There are enhancements possible in that area, I have some on my TODO list,
> but they will not come immediately.
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