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  1. Member
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    I like to do my fancy frame-accuracy gifs from Youtube pipelining youtube-dl into ffmpeg + gifski.

    Youtube player even allows to frame-advance with q/e, but i want to know the time with milliseconds in order to create the ffmpeg script.

    Until now i was using MPC-HC + youtube-dl but the web player is way more simple and faster. I guess i could use mpv+youtube-dl but its the same.

    Any way to show the milliseconds in the HTML5 player?

    Thank you.
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    Nvm, i found it. Right click, Statistics, Mystery Numbers, t is the time in seconds.milliseconds. Only two digits but enough to get frame accurate cuttings.
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