Emacs Lisp: ffmpeg-cut-dired
This function is used with Dired within Emacs to cut video files from specific begin time for specific duration. Files are cut and saved in the directory. This may be handy to use your Emacs editor as movie editor application.
(defun shell-double-quote (s) "Double quotes for the string that shall be fed to shell command" (replace-regexp-in-string "\"" "\\\\\"" s)) (defun ffmpeg-cut-dired () "Dired function to cut video files from specific begin time for specific duration. You can cut many files at once if marked, or the function will work only on the specific file. Customize the list of video extensions below." (interactive) (let* ((files (dired-get-marked-files)) (allowed-extensions '("mp4" "ogv" "3gp"))) (dolist (file files) (let* ((file-sans-ext (file-name-sans-extension file)) (file-ext (file-name-extension file))) (when (seq-contains allowed-extensions file-ext) (let* ((output (concat file-sans-ext "-cut." file-ext)) (begin-time (read-from-minibuffer "Begin time in format 00:00:00: " "00:00:00")) (duration (read-from-minibuffer "Duration in format 00:00:00: " "00:00:10")) (command (format "ffmpeg -i \"%s\" -ss %s -t %s -async 1 \"%s\"" (shell-double-quote file) begin-time duration (shell-double-quote output)))) (shell-command command)))))))
Cutting video files with GNU Emacs editor is easy.
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