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Old 29th March 2023, 03:05   #1  |  Link
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Are there any GUIs for or with FFmpeg where I can select / clip exact frame timestamp

I make lots of clips with ffmpeg where I clip videos using the "-ss" and "-to" arguments. What I want is a GUI to see the video, seek exact times, and get exact timestamps of where I want to clip, so I could clip to exact frames. After I select the start and end timestamps, I want to see either both timestamps, or a command like "ffmpeg -ss -to -i ...", and either in a text box I can copy, or button / a way to copy it to my clipboard.

I haven't looked too much into it but I looked at losslesscut and avidemux, but it doesn't seem like they do, unless I'm wrong. I use a Mac btw.
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I haven't looked too much into it but I looked at losslesscut and avidemux, but it doesn't seem like they do, unless I'm wrong.
Losslesscut and Avidemux are good options to cut without recode, but it is not possible exact cut's at desired exact frames.

To cut by exact frames you need recode the video, use AviSynth Trim()
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