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    Is there a simple way of finding out the corresponding ffmpeg command-line after using ffmpegx ?


    I am currently able to achieve some conversions in ffmpegX which I can not then reproduce with
    an ffmpeg command. This is a general problem which I have had so the specifics do not matter.


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    1. Install a third party multiple clipboard utility, so that you will have access to the history of the content of the clipboard.
    2. Set ffmpegX to Open Terminal Window, so that Progress.app isn't invoked.
    3. Do an encode as you normally would.
    4. Go to the clipboard utility and get the content of the one-before-last, as the last will have just a time-date stamp.
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    Originally Posted by Case
    1. Install a third party multiple clipboard utility, so that you will have access to the history of the content of the clipboard.
    2. Set ffmpegX to Open Terminal Window, so that Progress.app isn't invoked.
    3. Do an encode as you normally would.
    4. Go to the clipboard utility and get the content of the one-before-last, as the last will have just a time-date stamp.
    Thanks this is exactly what I needed
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