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    does anyone know how to capture a batch of still images from video using mencoder?
    what is the command that can do that?
    i can always use ffmpeg on most of video files,but ffmpeg does not support rmvb so i need to use mencoder for this matter
    since i'm not familiar with mencoder,i need help from you guys
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    Try mplayer with -vo jpeg

    mplayer -vo jpeg <video file> and mplayer -vo png <video file> output
    video into jpeg and png files respectively.

    -osdlevel 0 suppreses volume + seek from appearing in the images

    -sstep <sec>
    Specifies seconds between displayed frames. Useful for slideshows.

    -ss <time> (see -sb option too)
    Seek to given time position.

    EXAMPLE:
    -ss 56 seeks to 56 seconds
    -ss 01:10:00 seeks to 1 hour 10 min

    -frames <number>
    Play/convert only first <number> frames, then quit.
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    if someone found a win32 build of ffmpeg that supports rmvb,please tell me too
    i always prefer ffmpeg over mencoder
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    Originally Posted by Baldrick
    Try mplayer with -vo jpeg

    mplayer -vo jpeg <video file> and mplayer -vo png <video file> output
    video into jpeg and png files respectively.

    -osdlevel 0 suppreses volume + seek from appearing in the images

    -sstep <sec>
    Specifies seconds between displayed frames. Useful for slideshows.

    -ss <time> (see -sb option too)
    Seek to given time position.

    EXAMPLE:
    -ss 56 seeks to 56 seconds
    -ss 01:10:00 seeks to 1 hour 10 min

    -frames <number>
    Play/convert only first <number> frames, then quit.
    does mplayer support rmvb without the codec files?
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