[FFmpeg-user] specifying by "100m"

Dan M dan at streemit.net
Wed Aug 15 23:40:43 CEST 2012

On 08/15/2012 04:27 PM, Roger Pack wrote:
>> I dunno if this makes a difference, but did you try "1M"? In metric
>> prefixes, m = milli (10^-3), but M = mega (10^6). I'm not sure if
>> ffmpeg takes this into account or not, but it's worth checking.
> That does appear to work, thanks.
> I guess I didn't know that in metric little "k" means kilo but big M
> means mega. Weird.
> -roger-
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Actually the proper metric suffix for thousands is cap K, but using 
little k is popular and is doesn't interfere with the divide-by suffix 
so it's allowed more often than not.

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