Changes between Version 25 and Version 26 of Seeking


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Dec 31, 2020, 8:52:18 AM (4 months ago)
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  • Seeking

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    5555To extract only a small segment in the middle of a movie, it can be used in combination with `-t` which specifies the duration, like `-ss 60 -t 10` to capture from second 60 to 70. Or you can use the `-to` option to specify an out point, like `-ss 60 -to 70` to capture from second 60 to 70. `-t` and `-to` are mutually exclusive. If you use both, `-t` will be used.
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    57 Note that if you specify `-ss` before `-i` only, the timestamps will be reset to zero, so `-t` and `-to` have not the same effect. If you want to keep the original timestamps, add the `-copyts`option.
     57Note that if you specify `-ss` before `-i` only, the timestamps will be reset to zero, so `-t` and `-to` will have the same effect. If you want to keep the original timestamps, add the `-copyts`option.
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    5959The first command will cut from 00:01:00 to 00:03:00 (in the original), using the faster seek.[[BR]]