[FFmpeg-user] Reading TimeCode Track using ffmpeg
francois.visagie at gmail.com
Fri Jun 13 15:40:59 CEST 2014
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> bounces at ffmpeg.org] On Behalf Of tarun singhal
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> Subject: Re: [FFmpeg-user] Reading TimeCode Track using ffmpeg
> On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 2:38 PM, Phil Rhodes <phil_rhodes at rocketmail.com>
> > As far as I know, ffmpeg does not support the specification of in and
> > out points by frame count or timecode.
> > You can convert your timecode to a fractional number of seconds which
> > is supported by the -ss options etc.
> > Yes, this may suffer rounding errors which can cause your edits to be
> > out by a frame.
> > Yes, it would be nice if ffmpeg supported timecode or at least frame
> > count (or if someone told us how to do it, if it does).
> > P
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> Are you aware of any tool which can just extract information about this
> timecode (frame) liest at this timestamp. If I know that I can convert
> timecode into timestamp and use -t and -ss
ExifTool (http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/) by Phil Harvey. It
works for AVCHD, at least. Use the '-ee' option to extract embedded files
(frames in this case). It provides options for formatting output if you need
that; alternatively you can post-process its standard output.
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