[FFmpeg-user] how to use ffprobe with Windows7

Michael Koch astroelectronic at t-online.de
Thu Nov 22 11:00:27 EET 2018

> Yes, open CMD,then drag and drop the batch file into the terminal window
> and press Enter.
> Or just run ffprobe directly in the terminal.

I was looking for a faster solution, without having to write video's 
name and path into the batch file, or into the CMD window. Just drag and 
drop and then I'd like to see the output of ffprobe.


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