[FFmpeg-user] how to use ffprobe with Windows7

Michael Koch astroelectronic at t-online.de
Thu Nov 22 11:20:26 EET 2018

> Alternately, change your "Run ffprobe.bat" batchfile to this:
> @echo off
> c:\ffmpeg\ffprobe %1
> pause
> The %1 takes the name of the filename you drag-and-drop onto the
> batchile icon, if running from the desktop, or type after the batchfile,
> if operating from the CLI.
> Then, drag your MP4 on to this icon, and press Enter to close the window
> when finished.

This is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you very much!


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