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capture frame from video file

vskarthik
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Hi All:
anyone help me to fetch frame from video file. if the file is below 2MB its working properly. But more than (2MB) unable to capture frame. And how to fetch one frame . i got all frames , if i used time like 00:00:10. first 10 frames displayed.
Oct 12 '07 #1
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pbmods
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Heya, vskarthik. Welcome to TSDN!

How are you capturing the frame?
Oct 12 '07 #2

vskarthik
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Heya, vskarthik. Welcome to TSDN!

How are you capturing the frame?
Hi i used follwoing code to extract frame

ffmpeg -i %s -an -t 00:00:03 -ss 1 -r 1 -y
Oct 18 '07 #3

pbmods
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Heya, vskarthik.

I'm going to go ahead and move this thread to the *n?x forum, where our resident Experts will be better able to help you out.
Oct 18 '07 #4

Motoma
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Hi i used follwoing code to extract frame

ffmpeg -i %s -an -t 00:00:03 -ss 1 -r 1 -y
It doesn't appear that you are specifying an output filename for your screenshot. Also note: ffmpeg requires that you include %d in the filename (as part of the numbering sequece) regardless of the number of screenshots you are taking.
Oct 18 '07 #5

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