ffmpeg -i myvid.mp4 -r 25 -t 100 image-%d.jpeg
Is the command I'm using to extract frames and it's working just like I expected. However I'd also like to look at the timestamps of the frames. At whatever precision. 100 miliseconds is good enough for me. Can ffmpeg do this?
Providing additional details,
When I run the above command i get around 100 JPEGs, I guess there is a 1 to 1 (or many to 1) correspondence between these JPEGS and frames of the video. I would like to know the timestamp of the frame that was output as a JPEG image 'i'.
Additionally I tried ffprobe but I find it reports even the video duration inaccurately :(