[FFmpeg-user] Draw original timecode on the output file

Stanislas DEFAWES sdefawes at ina.fr
Fri Sep 27 16:13:04 CEST 2013

May be ffprobe able to do that ?

Le 27 sept. 2013 à 15:58, Phil Rhodes <phil_rhodes at rocketmail.com> a écrit :

>>  Does anyone know how to find that layer or stream in the file?
> It's theoretically possible. I have no idea if there is any software that will do it.
> What software is used to capture the file? Adobe Premiere, for instance, puts the timecode in a "tdat" chunk at the end of AVI files, which you could conceivably try to search for with some sort of script.
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