Cut start position in ms. If the input file is a video file, the cut area starts with the next keyframe found. Default: 0
Example: -s 5000
Length of the cut area in ms. If -e is also given, the length is ignored.
Example: -l 10000
Cut end position in ms. If -l is also used, the end position is prefered. If the end position is set to -1, the end of the stream is assumed.
Example: -e 20000
Input file and output file set (alternative).
These parameters can be used alternatively. They are overwritten by the arguments after the options. If there is one argument given, it is used as the input file (and overwrites a file given with -i). If there are two arguments, the input and output files from the -i and -o option values are overwritten.
oggCut -s 1000 -e 21000 myVideo.ogv myOutput.ogv
Creates a new video called myOutput.ogv from the video myVideo.ogv starting after 1 second ending after 21 seconds
Joern Seger <yorn at gmx dot net>
|Linux||OGGCUT (1)||JAN 2010|