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May
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
7
accepted Image sequence handling in ffmpeg
Mar
20
awarded  Curious
Mar
17
comment Image sequence handling in ffmpeg
its a valid answer, but i dont want to have to mv gigs of data just to rename them. btw, globbing doesn't seem to work for windows. and ffmpeg is picky about what jpg it likes. even on bleeding linux/arch. the best approach for me would have support for reading a list of paths from a txt file. that would be awesome
Mar
17
comment Image sequence handling in ffmpeg
apparently FFMPEG faq recondes your method ffmpeg.org/… even $(ls -r -t *jpg)
Mar
17
answered Image sequence handling in ffmpeg
Mar
17
comment Image sequence handling in ffmpeg
sorry, cant see how to use this. i want to keep the original file names. your one liner just renamed the entire folder. which was a dup so no harm done. but you should mention that as a disclimer. for the next guy.
Mar
17
comment Image sequence handling in ffmpeg
if i understand, this will create a duplicate of each file in folder , as in a real copy? this will create a lot of mess. but might be an option
Mar
17
awarded  Custodian
Mar
17
reviewed Approve Image sequence handling in ffmpeg
Mar
17
asked Image sequence handling in ffmpeg
Dec
14
accepted remote desktop for the terminal
Dec
10
comment remote desktop for the terminal
im open to suggestion, i understand introducing a third party to ... the party might complicate things.
Dec
10
asked remote desktop for the terminal
Oct
27
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
29
awarded  Revival
Nov
11
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
23
accepted how to pipe output with double quotes
Sep
23
comment how to pipe output with double quotes
this worked. just had to add double quotes around the youtube link itself. thanks
Sep
23
comment how to pipe output with double quotes
im gettign following erro msg No stream found to handle url $(youtube-dl --get-url 'youtube.com/watch?v=sNPVt3cMkT0')