Split an input video into multiple output video chunks
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So far, people can use -ss and -t to cut the video chunk out of the input video. But if they want to cut the video to multiple output chunks, they would have to start ffmpeg several times (probably in a batch script), changing -ss value (and maybe even -t too), which complicates things a little bit, since ffmpeg has to skip same starting interval of the input over and over again.
Because of this, it might be usable to somehow change/add this feature that will allow users to specify cut points and get the multiple outputs, just like image2 does, numbering each output sequentially.
An example usage might be something like this:
ffmpeg -i input.avi -ss2 10,20,40,50,90,120,180 -vcodec copy output02%d.avi
This would instruct ffmpeg to produce several outputs, each of them generated based on cut points (defined in seconds).
Change History (4)
comment:3 Changed 4 years ago by saste
- Analyzed by developer set
- Component changed from undetermined to avformat
- Reproduced by developer set
- Resolution set to fixed
- Status changed from open to closed