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EasyDashCamEditor (EDCE) by SOJA

If you have a sport camera and want to create timelapse, remove sound and audio, and easily Speed up/down your DashCam videos taken by any Sport/DSLR/Mobile Camera, you are on the right rep.

Inputs:

[fileType= mp4] [ speed= 4 ] [ frameRate= 30 ] [ Threads= 0 ]

To Start:

  1. make sure you have ffmpeg installed on your system

  2. Download the DashCamPipeline.sh and copy it in a folder of your choice (we call it DC_Home)

  3. Open terminal in that folder, ctrl+alt+t and cd to DC_Home, Now run these commands: -- chmod +x DashCamPipeline.sh
    mkdir 1.DO

  4. Put all your Video files in ./DO folder, pass the file extension as the first parameter and desirable speed rate as the second input and Run it:

  • ./DashCamPipeline.sh mp4 1 to just simply remove the audio and concatenate all videos with mp4 format

  • ./DashCamPipeline.sh mp4 5
    to remove the audio and speed up (5X) and concatenate all videos with mp4 format

  • ./DashCamPipeline.sh avi 5
    to remove the audio and speed up (5X) and concatenate all videos with avi format

  • ./DashCamPipeline.sh avi 5 60
    to remove the audio and speed up (5X) and original FrameRate is 60 fps and concatenate all videos with avi format

  • ./DashCamPipeline.sh to remove the audio and speed up (4X) and assume videos are 30fps and concatenate all videos with mp4 format - Default

  • ./DashCamPipeline.sh avi 5 60 0 To set multi-threading to optimal setting use 0 or set the number of threads to desired value to utilize the CPU cores proportionally.

Enjoy your output file in ./Final...

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