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I have a video.mp4 file i want to get last frame from video/mp4 file and save as a image in local. If it is possible then please suggest me.

Thanks.

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Use

ffmpeg -sseof -3 -i input -update 1 -q:v 1 last.jpg

This will seek to the last three seconds of the input and output all frames. But since -update 1 is set, each frame will be overwritten to the same file, leaving only the last frame remaining.

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  • This isn't a problem to me, but for some reason the PNG version of this -- ffmpeg -sseof -3 -i input -update 1 -vframes 1 last.png -- doesn't work. – Rublacava Jul 2 at 10:22
  • Share full log. – Gyan Jul 2 at 18:54
  • ffmpeg -sseof -3 -i AVI300.avi -update 1 -vframes 1 last.png = ffmpeg version N-91990-g49c67e79ca Copyright (c) 2000-2018 the FFmpeg developers\built with gcc 8.2.1 (GCC) 20180813\[...]\-sseof value seeks to before start of file AVI300.avi; ignored\Input #0, avi, from 'AVI300.avi':\Duration: 00:00:02.60, start: 0.000000, bitrate: 36 kb/s[...] - not the full log, but it has the important parts I think. I tried ffmpeg -sseof -3 -i input -update 1 -vframes 1 last.png with a .mov video and it also didn't work. – Rublacava Jul 10 at 21:12
  • Open a new Q and include command and full log. – Gyan Jul 11 at 5:28

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