[FFmpeg-user] Extract N-frames sequence from input file to output with specified framerate.
volk.vasiliy at gmail.com
Sun Mar 22 23:35:31 CET 2015
In other words I need to decode every N-th (or calculated with some
equation) frame from video, without re-encoding, and muxing it with
specified timestamps - to look it faster. I believe it's possible, but how?
2015-03-22 21:12 GMT+03:00 Vasiliy Volkov <volk.vasiliy at gmail.com>:
> Carl, could you please specify the whole command line? Because I've tried
> -r instead of -vf "fps..." but without expected result. Maybe I've misused
> I know about select filter and the problem here not about "how" extract
> frame - based on scene detection or somehow different - but with output
> framerate and the whole approach. How to do it.
> Вс, 22 марта 2015 г. в 18:30, Carl Eugen Hoyos <cehoyos at ag.or.at>:
> Vasiliy Volkov <volk.vasiliy <at> gmail.com> writes:
>> > the output framerate is not as I need (I need it to
>> > be as normal like 25 fps):
>> > ffmpeg -i source.mkv -vf "fps=fps=1/<Period>"
>> > -vframes 1000 -qp 0 -an -f yuv4mpegpipe pipe:1 > frames.yuv
>> You can specify a frame rate for your output file
>> with "-r 25".
>> There is also the select filter which may do what
>> you want.
>> Carl Eugen
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