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    I was trying to resize a video I had using the command line I saw online but it seems I get this error where its says: No such file or directory. I am not sure what I did wrong but I did try to troubleshoot by following the instructions on how to install FFMPEG but I still have this problem. I have not tested to see if it is on my other computer but I would like to what has happened? And how can I fix it?
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  2. You must enclose the filename in quotation marks (g.e. "My video.avi"), for both input and output name.
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    So that is all I have to do? I guess that might be the problem.
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  4. Space characters are treated as delimiters in command lines. So Path\filenames with spaces must have quotes around them. Path\filenames without spaces don't need quotes, though it doesn't hurt to use them. This is true of all command line programs. So both your input and output filenames need quotes.
    Last edited by jagabo; 3rd May 2021 at 10:23.
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