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comment Find video file position using an image match
@user3075942 Not yet, but the concept is still on my todo. :)
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Yes, this works. And it's even pretty easy to automatically edit the config file since it's in JSON. Thanks!
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comment Find video file position using an image match
Ah, yes, good point!
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comment Find video file position using an image match
A feature like this might be a bit out of scope as direct feature of FFmpeg. But with a small script and some piping this might be possible. I don't know, though, which is why I'm asking. :)
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comment Find video file position using an image match
You're right, exact match is not what I'm looking for.
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comment Find video file position using an image match
I would think there are some image matching libraries somewhere - combining those with a tool that extracts frames from video shouldn't really be that hard. If such doesn't exist, I'm quite tempted to write one myself. :)
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comment What exactly happens when you browse a website in your browser?
@ruda.almeida :) "Nzhôô" is the closest equivalent I could find with a quick search as an Apache term for an exclamation of elation. It apparently translates to "good". (Not sure, unfortunately, whether any of the Apache languages actually use the word in that context, though I would think it likely.)
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