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ffmpy

Pythonic interface for FFmpeg/FFprobe command line

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ffmpy

ffmpy is a simplistic FFmpeg <http://ffmpeg.org/> command line wrapper. It implements a Pythonic interface for FFmpeg command line compilation and uses Python subprocess <https://docs.python.org/2/library/subprocess.html> module to execute compiled command line.

Installation

You guessed it::

pip install ffmpy

Quick example

.. code:: python

import ffmpy ff = ffmpy.FFmpeg( ... inputs={'input.mp4': None}, ... outputs={'output.avi': None} ... ) ff.run()

This will take input.mp4 file in the current directory as the input, change the video container from MP4 to AVI without changing any other video parameters and create a new output file output.avi in the current directory.

Documentation

http://ffmpy.rtfd.io

See Examples <http://ffmpy.readthedocs.io/en/latest/examples.html>_ section for usage examples.

License

ffmpy is licensed under the terms of MIT license

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