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looking for syntax of read interval "until the next IFrame"

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looking for syntax of read interval "until the next IFrame"

Postby pjgordon » Mon Sep 22, 2014 6:48 pm

I'd like to use ffprobe to output out all frames from one IFrame to the next, and no more.

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ffprobe "<file>.MP4" -select_streams v -show_frames -read_intervals <time>+<????>

I put <????> where I assume the expression should be, to stop the output when the second IFrame is reached.

Is this possible?
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