On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 9:07 PM, Varun Ramesh <frr...@gmail.com> wrote:

> As part of my build process, I create a video from an image sequence. The
> ffmpeg call looks something like this:
> ffmpeg -i image-%03d.png video.webm
> Tup tries to interpret the '%03d' flag, errors, and thus does not build.
> Is there anyway to make Tup ignore this and pass it directly on to the
> application?
Hi Varun,

You can use %% to get a single % passed to the application, so something
like this should work:

: |> ffmpeg -i image-%%03d.png %o |> video.webm

I'll update the man page to document it.


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