On Monday, 21 March 2016 at 17:26:09 UTC, Karabuta wrote: Will this work Yes. and is it the right approach used by video convertor front-ends? Well, yes, provisionally. When you invoke "ffmpeg" via spawnProcess, that isolates ffmpeg as its own process, obviously. From a security and
On Monday, 21 March 2016 at 17:26:09 UTC, Karabuta wrote: I am new to this kind of multimedia stuff and all this is currently theoretical. Will this work and is it the right approach used by video convertor front-ends? Eh, it is how I did it before, it works and is pretty easy to do.
Hi all, I'm trying to convert an array of video filenames to another format using spawnProcess() from std.process. I want to convert all files in sequence with the command "ffmpeg -i filename.mp4 -o outputfile.webm" where process will be run one process after the other. I am new to this