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Support multiple --input files with split-video command #71

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Breakthrough opened this issue Aug 14, 2018 · 2 comments
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Support multiple --input files with split-video command #71

Breakthrough opened this issue Aug 14, 2018 · 2 comments

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@Breakthrough Breakthrough commented Aug 14, 2018

As per PySceneDetect v0.5, if multiple -i / --input videos are given, the files will be appended together. This works for everything except splitting the video with ffmpeg currently (see the TODO in the scenedetect.video_splitter module as per v0.5-beta-1).

Currently, only support for multiple input/appended videos is provided for mkvmerge (i.e. using the split-video command with the -c / --copy option). This issue is to track the progress of implementing this for the regular split-video command using ffmpeg, which may require writing a temporary file list to disk and deleting it after in order to solve this in a cross-platform way.

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@Breakthrough Breakthrough commented Sep 14, 2018

Related to #77

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@Breakthrough Breakthrough commented Oct 31, 2021

Closing as for v1.0 concatenating/appending input videos will no longer be a supported feature of PySceneDetect. Videos should be stitched together before running through PySceneDetect.

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