[FFmpeg-user] command for taking pictures at second 1, 15 ,30?

Moritz Barsnick barsnick at gmx.net
Sat May 25 03:12:15 EEST 2019

On Fri, May 24, 2019 at 20:47:54 +0000, erwin mueller via ffmpeg-user wrote:
> ['ffmpeg', '-i', '', '-f', 'image2', '-vf', 'fps=1', '"/home/pi/cam/image003.jpg"', '-f', 'image2', '-vf', 'fps=1/15', '"/home/pi/img%03d.jpg"', '-vcodec', 'copy', '-an', '-bufsize', '2048k', '-t', '00:00:30', '-y', '/home/pi/cam/Klingel-20190524_224626.mp4']

I don't know what the calling script language is, but I'm sure you're
using too many quotation marks.

should be

otherwise the '"' becomes part of the file name, as ffmpeg tells us here:

> Output #0, image2, to '"/home/pi/cam/image003.jpg"':
> Output #1, image2, to '"/home/pi/img%03d.jpg"':


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