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I think ffmpeg would do it. This has the advantage of not decompressing and recompressing your file, so it should be quick. Use the -c copy argument to achieve this. ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -ss 00:02:30 -t 00:10:00 -c copy output.mp4 To explain the above command... ffmpeg is the application -i input.mp4 is your input file -ss 00:02:30 starting point (HH:MM:...


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Option 1: Rename First rename all of the inputs so they have zero-padding (001.png...450.png). Then run ffmpeg: ffmpeg -framerate 25 -i %03d.png output.avi or ffmpeg -framerate 25 -pattern_type glob -i "*.png" output.avi Option 2: Sort Use a more complicated command to sort the files and then pipe to ffmpeg: cat $(find . -maxdepth 1 -name "*.png" | ...


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I suspect that what you are after is a --delay 5 type option for FFmpeg which at the moment does not exist except as a feature request. However there is an older utility called fswebcam which I have tested comprehensively on my system that will accomplish exactly what you are after. Install with: sudo apt-get install fswebcam and run a simple command line ...


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You can try lossless-cut. www.github.com/mifi/lossless-cut


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