From what has been provided by you for me, the sthe bat script provided in post 65 works fine.
Eventhough, i see some scenes of part 1 after inter.mp4.
You can ensure you don't lose any meaningful part by specifying overlap of say 1min. The issue with it is that you have to specify the cut time (ex: 1 hour) and this cut may occur mid-conversation.
Please say, where to correct it for overlap of 1 minute in the script posted in 65.
Had you specified this in the script, please say the line and I will change it as per your reply.
I think that the script has already has cut time of 1 hour , is it not
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the second part will start at 59min if you change the line:
ffmpeg -hide_banner -ss 01:00:00 -i %%f -c copy -avoid_negative_ts make_zero -y "./out/tmp2.mp4"
ffmpeg -hide_banner -ss 00:59:00 -i %%f -c copy -avoid_negative_ts make_zero -y "./out/tmp2.mp4"
Hi, thanks for immediate response.
should I change anything in inter.mp4, as it is in REM line or i could leave as it is
Hi, you could have just said , no change in the line.
thank you very much, inter.mp4 is a common file, i understand now
thanks for everything.
will do batch conversion and thank you once again.
Hi, butterw, could you send the formula for a common inter.mp4 fixing A at 00:00:00:000 ms and upto a required B 00:00...........using ffmpeg, by taking input file as input.mp4 and output file as out.mp4.
so that i could take this as inter.mp4 using ffmpeg instead of avidemux.
Please say if this is correct
ffmpeg -i inputFile -vcodec copy -acodec copy -ss 00:00:00:000 -to 00:10:00:000 outputFile
Evenhough milliseconds are required for video editing , can we view the milliseconds or it is enough, if we just point to the seconds as it could be seen in avidemux.
i will use ffmpeg formula to cut and save as separate inter.mp4 common to all episodes
Last edited by jraju; 23rd Jan 2021 at 23:47.
when i process a single file with the change of the formula, i get the error as enclosed. please advise
Last edited by jraju; 24th Jan 2021 at 02:36.
See this post for correct ffmpeg time syntax:
you can use seconds, no need for ms.
Note that time displayed in avidemux will likely not quite match time in ffmpeg.
Thank you so much for your clue. There is no error and within minutes, i could easily process about 15files.
Your clue on using the cut ffmpeg formula really worked.
By the By , how you could just lead me to the correct portion of your answer in the link. is there a trick. Just I click and the response is just the correct lines in the link of the answer you have given in June the previous year.
Is here a trick to exactly , load the correct line. amazing
Thanks would be a too little word of praise
thanks so much for jagabo and butterw once again.
Could you please let me know, why that error comes on the first instance. is the formation of inter.mp4 posed a problem then
this is for academic interest
please include code that , it just copies the file to the out folder if the input file is less than 1.00.00 hr. in the code post given by you, in post 65
- You can sort your folder on Length (at least on Win10) and move the files manually.
To do it via command-line you may need to use ffprobe.exe from ffmpeg to get duration in seconds, or mediainfo-cli
>ffprobe -v error -show_entries format=duration -of default=noprint_wrappers=1:nokey=1 video.mp4
Hi, I tried your formula
for a file having less than 4 hr, the result shown as 3481.091000
for more than 1hr file, the result is shown as 3766.778000
how do i intrepret this
1 hr = 3600 seconds
Again, I don't understand why you are willing to screw up all your videos when you can buy a media player with a resume feature for US$20.
thanks for all help in this thread
Last edited by jraju; 6th Feb 2021 at 22:20.