[FFmpeg-user] Treating video frame-based instead of time-based
Carl Eugen Hoyos
ceffmpeg at gmail.com
Tue Jan 22 11:30:02 EET 2019
Am 22.01.2019 um 09:49 schrieb Wolfgang Hugemann <auto at hugemann.de>:
>> I may misunderstand but FFmpeg treats all video as frame-based.
> Sorry, I posed the question wrong. I meant that I would like to use a
> frame-count-based scale instead of a time-based scale, in the way that a
> genuine frame server like AVIsynth does.
>>> * Could I (easily) extract every nth frame from a video (in order to
>>> dump the result as JPEGs)?
>> See the select or the fps filter or use a low output frame rate (which
>> forces frame drops).
> I fear that this would provoke rounding errors,
Of course not.
> especially with NTSC's
> 29,97 fps. To the contrast, AVIsynth's "SelectEvery(5)" is bullet-proof:
> It takes every 5th frame (in presentation order), no matter what.
> I take from your answer that this approach is just impossible with
> FFmpeg at the moment.
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