[FFmpeg-user] Current time for name of file out, is it possible ?
sdefawes at ina.fr
Fri Sep 13 10:10:10 CEST 2013
Thanks for your answer,
No i'm on Mac OS X.8 and ffmpeg 2.0.7.
I know it's possible to do that if you don't use -segment option :
ffmpeg -i udp://18.104.22.168:1234 -acodec copy -vcodec copy -map 0 -f mpegts -t 60 /Users/stan/Desktop/Capture_FR2/out_`date +%T`.mpg
But this syntax don't work with the option -segment…
Le 13 sept. 2013 à 08:08, Francois Visagie <francois.visagie at gmail.com> a écrit :
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>> bounces at ffmpeg.org] On Behalf Of Stanislas DEFAWES
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>> Subject: [FFmpeg-user] Current time for name of file out, is it possible ?
>> Is it possible to give current time for name of the file out when using
> format -
>> segment ?
>> for exemple :
>> ffmpeg -i udp://22.214.171.124:1234 -acodec copy -vcodec copy -map 0 -f
>> segment -segment_time 3600 -segment_format mpegts
> You don't say on which operating system you're working, but I guess that
> looks like a Windows command line. In that case you can use the %TIME%
> environment variable. However, you'll have to remove the colon delimiter ':'
> using perhaps the for command (do for /? to see syntax), or perhaps the set
> command's environment variable substitution, e.g. %PATH:str1=str2%.
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