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Am 11.07.2011 08:55, schrieb Steven Truppe:
> Am 11.07.2011 08:37, schrieb Andrés González:
>> On 11/07/11 07:30, Steven Truppe wrote:
>>> Hello everyone,
>>> i'm a young script writter and are currently a small helper tool
>>> that helps me converting a hirarchie of file from one format to
>>> another format (for example if you have a folder hirarchy with files
>>> with different formats and all want them to be mp3 for example [for
>>> mp3 players for example that only support this format]).
>>> Now i came to the problem that i've no clue how to find out which
>>> file extensions ffmpeg can use, also a talk on #ffmpeg doesn't
>>> helped, so i hope i get more hep here.
>> Hello Steven,
>> Have you checked the online FFmpeg documentation?
>> You can use for example:
>> ffmpeg -formats
>> to see a list of supported formats.
>> By the way, this kind of questions should go to the ffmpeg-user list.
>> Good luck!
>>> best regards,
>>> Steven Truppe
>>> ffmpeg-devel mailing list
>>> ffmpeg-devel at ffmpeg.org
> Sorry for my bad english and using the wrong list, but someone showed
> me the -formats arguments but how does a list like:
> DE s16be PCM signed 16 bit big-endian format
> DE s16le PCM signed 16 bit little-endian format
> DE s24be PCM signed 24 bit big-endian format
> DE s24le PCM signed 24 bit little-endian format
> DE s32be PCM signed 32 bit big-endian format
> DE s32le PCM signed 32 bit little-endian format
> DE s8 PCM signed 8 bit format
> D sdp SDP
> D shn raw Shorten
> D siff Beam Software SIFF
> D smk Smacker video
> D sol Sierra SOL format
> E svcd MPEG-2 PS format (VOB)
> DE swf Flash format
> D thp THP
> D tiertexseq Tiertex Limited SEQ format
> D tta True Audio
> D txd txd format
> DE u16be PCM unsigned 16 bit big-endian format
> DE u16le PCM unsigned 16 bit little-endian format
> DE u24be PCM unsigned 24 bit big-endian format
> DE u24le PCM unsigned 24 bit little-endian format
> DE u32be PCM unsigned 32 bit big-endian format
> DE u32le PCM unsigned 32 bit little-endian format
> DE u8 PCM unsigned 8 bit format
> D vc1 raw VC-1
> D vc1test VC-1 test bitstream format
> E vcd MPEG-1 System format (VCD)
> D vfwcap VFW video capture
> D vmd Sierra VMD format
> E vob MPEG-2 PS format (VOB)
> DE voc Creative Voice file format
> DE wav WAV format
> D wc3movie Wing Commander III movie format
> D wsaud Westwood Studios audio format
> D wsvqa Westwood Studios VQA format
> D wv WavPack
> D xa Maxis XA File Format
> DE yuv4mpegpipe YUV4MPEG pipe format
> can tell me which formats it does support (i mean the file extensions).
> best regards,
> Steven Truppe
> ffmpeg-devel mailing list
> ffmpeg-devel at ffmpeg.org
Thanks for your fast reply,
my problem was that my console window didn't showed me the complete
output of the commands so i didn't recognized the "File formats" line.
So the second entry in a line is the file extension i'm searching for ?
because normaly a file extension is 3 characters long, but some entries
(for example E asf_stream ASF format) are a bit confusing to me -
do these files realy have the extension .asf_stream ??
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