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    I tried converting a file on my "E:\" drive from my "C:\" drive (where FFmpeg is installed) using this command:

    C:\>ffmpeg -i E:\Video\inputFileName.vob -codec copy outPutFileName.m2ts

    I get this error:
    E:\Video\inputFileName: No such file or directory

    Do I have a syntax error, or do I need to have FFmpeg installed in the same directory as the video files I wish to convert?
    Last edited by Spica66; 29th Mar 2018 at 09:53.
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  2. No, you can use any directory to read, but to write you must have permissions (some directories like "C:" may require admin access to write)

    But reading from C, writing to E should be OK . The way you have it, you are reading from "E" , writing to "C".

    I get this error:
    E:\Video\inputFileName: No such file or directory
    There is no extension for your input file (vob, or whatever it is) . Enclose with parentheses for spaces . Make sure the path and name are correct.

    Code:
    ffmpeg -i "E:\Video\inputFileName.vob" -codec copy "C:\outPutFileName.m2ts"
    Last edited by poisondeathray; 29th Mar 2018 at 10:02.
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