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flvtool2

Langue: en

Version: August 24, 2007 (debian - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

flvtool2 - a manipulation tool for flash video files

SYNOPSIS

flvtool2 [-ACDPUVaciklnoprstvx]...[-key:value]...in-path|stdin[out-path|stdout]

DESCRIPTION

If out-path is omitted, in-path will be overwritten. In-path can be a single file, or a directory. If in-path is a directory, out-path has to be likewise, or can be omitted. Directory recursion is controlled by the -r switch. You can use stdin and stdout keywords as in- and out-path for piping or redirecting.

Chain commands like that: -UP (updates FLV file than prints out meta data)

COMMANDS

-A
Adds tags from -t tags-file
-C
Cuts file using -i inpoint and -o outpoint
-D
Debugs file (writes a lot to stdout)
-H
Helpscreen will be shown
-P
Prints out meta data to stdout
-U
Updates FLV with an onMetaTag event

SWITCHES

-a
Collapse space between cut regions
-c
Compatibility mode calculates some onMetaTag values differently
-key:value
Key-value-pair for onMetaData tag (overwrites generated values)
-i timestamp
Inpoint for cut command in miliseconds
-k
Keyframe mode slides onCuePoint(navigation) tags added by the add command to nearest keyframe position
-l
Logs FLV stream reading to stream.log in current directory
-n
Number of tag to debug
-o timestamp
Outpoint for cut command in miliseconds
-p
Preserve mode only updates FLVs that have not been processed before
-r
Recursion for directory processing
-s
Simulation mode never writes FLV data to out-path
-t path
Tagfile (MetaTags written in XML)
-v
Verbose mode
-x
XML mode instead of YAML mode

SEE ALSO

/usr/share/doc/flvtool2/examples/tags.xml
http://www.inlet-media.de/flvtool2

AUTHOR

flvtool2 was written by Norman Timmler <norman.timmler@inlet-media.de>

This manual page was written by Todd Troxell <ttroxell@debian.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

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