[FFmpeg-user] tools for viewing frames and results

Mikhail V mikhailwas at gmail.com
Tue Oct 11 15:28:02 EEST 2016

On 10/11/2016 2:24 PM, Mikhail V wrote:
> On 10/9/2016 12:24 AM, Xen wrote:
>> Is there any way in Linux to obtain an accurate frame/time number 
>> through a GUI that can be used with ffmpeg?
>> I know Avidemux hardly works at all, VLC will not reliably show frames.
>> Pitivi is not an option, I haven't tried Kdenlive because it crashed 
>> the first time I used it.
>> Haven't attempted OpenShot or Cinerella and "DragonPlayer" is too 
>> worthless to exist.
>> What is a good tool to view results after you've created a video? 
>> Because VLC closes its window and constantly resizes stuff it is not 
>> very suitable.
>> GMplayer in Debian doesn't work. (Kubuntu).
> I suppose you just want a decent player with frame-by-frame navigation.
> I use MPC-HC player (https://mpc-hc.org/ ).
> It is much better than VLC for this purpose, you can navigate
> frame by frame and show time with milliseconds, and even set custom
> keyboard shortcuts. If you want to see exact frame number I don't think
> there is such a player.
Sorry, didn't know this Windows only player, just seen it on their site.

More information about the ffmpeg-user mailing list