I like ffmpeg because it compresses video pretty well, and would like to use it to cut a video by using frame numbers instead of time.
By opening a FLV file (h264 + aac) in VirtualDub, I could write down the start and end frame numbers, but it looks like ffmpeg only supports time through the -ss and -t switches. Can someone confirm?
Alternatively, do you know of a Windows application that 1) can open MP4 or FLV files, 2) cut a file precisely to the frame number, and 3) re-encode the cut sequence as efficiently as ffmpeg?
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