[FFmpeg-user] how to use ffprobe with Windows7
Kieran O Leary
kieran.o.leary at gmail.com
Thu Nov 22 11:08:40 EET 2018
On Thu, 22 Nov 2018, 09:00 Michael Koch <astroelectronic at t-online.de wrote:
> > Yes, open CMD,then drag and drop the batch file into the terminal window
> > and press Enter.
> > Or just run ffprobe directly in the terminal.
> I was looking for a faster solution, without having to write video's
> name and path into the batch file, or into the CMD window. Just drag and
> drop and then I'd like to see the output of ffprobe.
Isn't there some way to set a variable,like $1 in bash? I think it's %1 in
CMD. If you replace your filename with they variable, it should do what you
want. Then add something like
To the end of your bat file to stop the window closing.
I know very little about bat though.
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