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comment How to empty Windows 8 event log
Thanks. You are right. I guess in Windows 7 I had set the script to always run as administrator but forgot to do the same on Windows 8.
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Thanks for the short script. Yes, I guess I did not run the script as administrator.
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accepted Extracting “one of every 10 frames” in a video using VLC or FFmpeg
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comment Extracting “one of every 10 frames” in a video using VLC or FFmpeg
@LordNeckbeard, thanks, it runs correct and solved the whole problem. I really really appreciate your help.
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comment Extracting “one of every 10 frames” in a video using VLC or FFmpeg
I also cannot run the command and receive the following error on ffmpeg windows N-35709-g7d531e8: [select @ 017EBB00] [Eval @ 0022DC08] Missing ')' or too many args in 'mod(n\,10))' [select @ 017EBB00] Error while parsing expression 'not(mod(n\,10))' Error initializing filter 'select' with args 'not(mod(n\,10))' Error opening filters!
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comment Extracting “one of every 10 frames” in a video using VLC or FFmpeg
Thank you very much for your help and your edit. I tried mencoder and even that one has problem! I guess it has something to do with either codec or container. ffmpeg extracts exactly 105 frames with below command: ffmpeg -i 1.mov -y -an -sameq -f image2 -vcodec mjpeg %03d.jpg but mencoder only extracts 90 frames!!! with below command: mplayer -vo png 1.mov Using framestep=10 also produces wrong number of frames. I am shocked on how all three (ffmpeg, vlc and mencoder) are unable to do such a simple task correctly. I submited a bug report to VLC website. Thanks again.
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