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  1. Hi,
    can anybody help me export a number of frames from a video at certain intervals (e.g. every 10 seconds) or set the overall amount of frames (e.g. 100 frames total). And (it's important for me) include the timecode in the filenames (e.g. out_0-00-00-000.jpg, out_0-00-10-000.jpg, etc.).
    I've tried ffmpeg using:
    ffmpeg -i file -frame_pts true out%d.jpg
    from this post or
    ffmpeg -i source -vf fps=1,select='not(mod(t,5))' -frame_pts 1 z%d.jpg
    from this post.
    But got similar results: just a numbered filelist, out_0000.jpg, out_0001.jpg, etc. Or slightly different numbered list, z0.jpg, z5.jpg, ... , z405.jpg (the last is close to seconds timecode but actually it's not accurate).
    Is it possible to set something clear and simple like:
    ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -frames -interval 10sec out_%timecode.jpg
    ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -frames -number 100 out_%timecode.jpg
    Or perhaps are there any other more specific tools with such capabilities?
    I don't get why frame_pts doesn't work for me.
    Last edited by eliio; 13th Jun 2022 at 15:11.
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