EDIT:I fixed it by using %% will show up as %
I am currently using ffmpeg to extract all the frames from a video and it would work great except one problem.So I created a .bat file and then found out that in windows the % symbol means something special in command line so I tried changing:
ffmpeg -i comet.avi image-%d.jpeg
ffmpeg -i comet.avi "image-%d.jpeg"
also when doing:
will show up as:
Does anyone have a solution to this?
thank you for your help if you do.
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Last edited by sonic12345; 28th Jun 2011 at 10:27. Reason: I fixed my problum
Yep, use %%.