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Movie Thumbnailer

   1.5.9  

CLI video

Score 76%
Movie Thumbnailer
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  2445
Submitted:  Feb 4 2008
Updated:  Jan 5 2009

Description:

This is a BASH script for making sets of movie screenshots, similar to "ImageGrabber" for Windows and "QFrameCatcher" for Linux.

This script provides 3 ways to make screenshots:
1) Specify the desired number of screenshots to make.
2) Specify the desired time between screenshots.
3) Select frames manually. Use arrow keys to fast forward/rewind and [S] to take screenshots. Close mplayer to continue.

Also this utility has the following features:
- Randomizer: screenshots will be slightly different each time you take them.
- Ability to specify several files at one time.
- The output image will also include some information about the file (see screenshot).

Usage:
Make the file executable.

Dependencies:
Mplayer, imagemagick




Changelog:

1.5.9
- filepath bugfix
1.5.8
- Manual mode implemented.
1.5.7
- Seed mode improved
- A bunch of minor changes
1.5.6
- Seed mode. Outputs extra info and removes spaces from filenames.
- A small fix: text positioning.




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 nice

 
 by feindblut on: Feb 4 2008
 
Score 50%

can't wait to try this out on my linux box
it seems very very useful and simple!
Thanks!


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 problem with \

 
 by janitux on: Feb 9 2008
 
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hi, this program rocks, but i have problems with spaces on folders , example :
Blue Man Group - The Complex Rock Tour Live

shot sais that can't enter to the directory (tries to enter to Blue, which doesn't exists)
and fail while getting video info

what can i do?


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 Re: problem with \

 
 by Starl1te on: Feb 9 2008
 
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Thanks for the feedback!
Check out the updated version, it should work now.


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 Re: Re: problem with

 
 by janitux on: Feb 9 2008
 
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thanks, now works :)
i traslated it to spasnish :B


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 shot times

 
 by arriagga on: Dec 28 2008
 
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Hi, I like your script very much, but could you please tell me how to set the shot times 'cause i've tried many ways and i cant get it to work.

thanks a lot


Ramón Arriaga
Registered Linux
User # 290855

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 Re: shot times

 
 by Starl1te on: Jan 2 2009
 
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hmmm.. Well, the script is currently capable of making
1) a certain number of thumbs (I belive that's what you want) using option -n num
2) thumbs with a certain space between them using option -t num

If you need something different than this, please, explain it in details and I'll try to implement it.


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 Re: shot times

 
 by Starl1te on: Jan 6 2009
 
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It seems to be quite difficult to implement the feature you need because mplayer's timing is not accurate for some reason. And ffmpeg is terribly slow.

So here is a different way to select frames manually. I hope it will fit your needs. Note that it may not work on all machines. If so, install a different build of mplayer or compile it.


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 Problem LENGHT

 
 by runner75 on: May 19 2009
 
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Hi to all
From today i'll get and error
"Error! Can't get the length of the movie."

If i run the LENGHT realted command
mplayer file.avi -identify -frames 1 -ao null -vo null |grep -i lengh

I see no LENGHT raw...

My mplayer is
MPlayer 1.0rc2-4.3.3 (C) 2000-2007 MPlayer Team

someone can help me?


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 Re: Problem LENGHT

 
 by runner75 on: May 19 2009
 
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I'll correct myself...
it doesn't work if i put directory/filename.av

if i run it in the directory it works...
O_O

why?

I think I've to investigate...


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 Re: Re: Problem LENGHT

 
 by runner75 on: May 19 2009
 
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ok,
Maybe the error is tha i gave a
relative path and not an absolute path....
if i put
/home/username/dir/*
it works....

someone knows if it's the right way to use this script?


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 Re: Re: Re: Problem LENGHT

 
 by Starl1te on: May 25 2009
 
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Hi!
It seems there was a bug in that place, I've never used this way of input. I've just uploaded a fix, so grab and test it.

Yeah, I'm not a programmer at all, so my code must be really awful =((
I don't know if this is a right way of solving the issue and if it is going to work well. But at least, it works for me now (I think I've tested all possible variants of input).


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