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Stats Output Format

Postby a3leggeddog » Fri Apr 21, 2017 12:35 am

Hello -

In older versions of ffmpeg, the time value of the stats was displayed as a decimal (e.g., time=932.3). However, in the current version, that stat is output as a timecode (e.g., time=00:03:02.32). Is there a way to set the output to be the old style?

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