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Irina_p
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Using Mr Martin's libffbb library

Hi, I am planning to create a video editing app.

 

At some point of the app, I am required to extract certain frame from the video at specific times.

 

Any thoughts on how to achieve that?? Thank you

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vladest
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Re: Using Mr Martin's libffbb library

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you have to use ffmeg's demultiplexor and extract a frame using decoding function

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mreed
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Re: Using Mr Martin's libffbb library

libffbb has a callback that will give you the frames as it decodes them. give it a try first, then come back if you run into an issue. There are several other threads here about ffmpeg / libffbb, so you should search for those first too.

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Irina_p
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Re: Using Mr Martin's libffbb library

will do, thankss

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