[FFmpeg-user] FFmpeg & referenced .mov files

Tuuls koxaniy at mail.ru
Wed Mar 28 23:48:08 CEST 2012

You can create this file yourself. This can be done about QuickTime Pro 
player. Open the file in it and "save  as"  a link to the movie. You will
receive a reference file, which contains only a reference to the media, and
if you delete a file to which it refers, it will not play.

Still, you can create a reference file using Final Cut. There's more
complicated. Created with the help of the reference file will contain all of
the audio from the project Final Cut , and be sure to segments requiring
rendering. Video does not require render to be due to references to the
source video.

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