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FFmpeg & xnview

Postby xnview » Fri Oct 05, 2007 11:49 am

With xnview 1.91.5, you can use ffmpeg to extract thumbnail of video not supported by default.

http://www.xnview.com/download/addons/FFMpeg.zip

Supported extensions:

261 => Raw H.261 video
264 => Raw H.264 video
3G2 => Mobile video
3GP => Mobile video
4XM => 4X Technologies
4XA => 4X Technologies
ASF => Advanced System Format
AVI => Audio Video Interleave
AVS => Creature Shock game
C93 => Cyberia
CIN => ID Cinematics
CPK => Sega Film
DIVX => DivX Video
DV => Digital video
DXA => Epic video
EVO => HD-DVD
FLC => Autodesk Animator
FLI => Autodesk Animator
FLV => Macromedia Flash Video
FLX => FLIC animation
GDV => Gremlin Digital Video
GVI => Google Video
GXF => General eXchange Format (SMPTE360)
K3G => ???
M1A => MPEG-1 video
M1S => MPEG-1 video
M2S => MPEG-2 video
M1V => MPEG video
M2T => MPEG-2 Transport stream
M2V => MPEG-2 video
M4E => Streaming MPEG-IV Video
M4V => Raw MPEG-IV Video
M75 => MPEG-1 Video
MJ2 => Motion JPEG-2000
MJPG => Motion JPEG
MKV => Matroska
MM => American Laser Games
MMV => Sony DCR IP5
MOV => Quicktime
MP4 => MPEG-4
MPE => Motion Picture Group
MPG => Motion Picture Group
MPQ => Blizzard Video
MPV => MPEG-2 video
MPV2 => MPEG-2 video
MTV => MTV video
MVE => Interplay Video
MXF => Material eXchange Format
NSV => Nullsoft Video
NUV => Myth TV
OGM => Ogg Vorbis Video
P64 => H261 Raw Video
PSS => Playstation Video
ROQ => ?? Id Sofware (Quake)
SFD => Sega Dreamcast Video
SMK => Smacker
STR => PSX Video
SWF => Shockwave Flash (uncompressed)
THP => Gamecube Movie
TP => HDTV Video
TS => HDTV Transport Stream MPEG-2
TXD => Renderware Texture
VBS => MPEG 1 Video
VDR => MPEG 2 Video
VID => Bethesda Softworks
VMD => Sierra Games
VOB => DVD Video format
WMV => Windows Media
Y4M => Y4M raw Video
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Postby oops66 » Fri Oct 05, 2007 1:24 pm

great !
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Re: FFmpeg & xnview

Postby Drago » Thu Mar 06, 2008 12:52 pm

xnview wrote:With xnview 1.91.5, you can use ffmpeg to extract thumbnail of video not supported by default.

http://www.xnview.com/download/addons/FFMpeg.zip

Supported extensions:

FLV => Macromedia Flash Video


Hi

The FFMpeg in XnView is showing the first frame of flv files, is it possible to make it shown the first frame after 10% of the movie like other movie formats does in XnView?
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Re: FFmpeg & xnview

Postby ckit » Tue Sep 02, 2008 2:10 am

Drago wrote:
xnview wrote:With xnview 1.91.5, you can use ffmpeg to extract thumbnail of video not supported by default.

http://www.xnview.com/download/addons/FFMpeg.zip

Supported extensions:

FLV => Macromedia Flash Video


Hi

The FFMpeg in XnView is showing the first frame of flv files, is it possible to make it shown the first frame after 10% of the movie like other movie formats does in XnView?


I'm having this problem with all videos at the moment, XnView grabs the first frame only and not at 10%.
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Re: FFmpeg & xnview

Postby marsh » Fri Mar 23, 2012 6:10 am

Folks with another ffmpeg.exe build already on their computer ought to remember it can be substituted for one found in add-on. It is a few years old.
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Re: FFmpeg & xnview

Postby gouache » Sat Jun 09, 2012 8:53 pm

marsh wrote:Folks with another ffmpeg.exe build already on their computer ought to remember it can be substituted for one found in add-on. It is a few years old.

Here is the ffmpeg home page
http://ffmpeg.org/download.html

scroll down for Windows or Linux builds, you can then extract ffmpeg.exe from the folders.
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Re: FFmpeg & xnview

Postby limar500 » Sat Sep 15, 2012 1:26 pm

xnview wrote:With xnview 1.91.5, you can use ffmpeg to extract thumbnail of video not supported by default.

http://www.xnview.com/download/addons/FFMpeg.zip

Supported extensions:

261 => Raw H.261 video
264 => Raw H.264 video
3G2 => Mobile video
3GP => Mobile video
4XM => 4X Technologies
4XA => 4X Technologies
ASF => Advanced System Format
AVI => Audio Video Interleave
AVS => Creature Shock game
C93 => Cyberia
CIN => ID Cinematics
CPK => Sega Film
DIVX => DivX Video
DV => Digital video
DXA => Epic video
EVO => HD-DVD
FLC => Autodesk Animator
FLI => Autodesk Animator
FLV => Macromedia Flash Video
FLX => FLIC animation
GDV => Gremlin Digital Video
GVI => Google Video
GXF => General eXchange Format (SMPTE360)
K3G => ???
M1A => MPEG-1 video
M1S => MPEG-1 video
M2S => MPEG-2 video
M1V => MPEG video
M2T => MPEG-2 Transport stream
M2V => MPEG-2 video
M4E => Streaming MPEG-IV Video
M4V => Raw MPEG-IV Video
M75 => MPEG-1 Video
MJ2 => Motion JPEG-2000
MJPG => Motion JPEG
MKV => Matroska
MM => American Laser Games
MMV => Sony DCR IP5
MOV => Quicktime
MP4 => MPEG-4
MPE => Motion Picture Group
MPG => Motion Picture Group
MPQ => Blizzard Video
MPV => MPEG-2 video
MPV2 => MPEG-2 video
MTV => MTV video
MVE => Interplay Video
MXF => Material eXchange Format
NSV => Nullsoft Video
NUV => Myth TV
OGM => Ogg Vorbis Video
P64 => H261 Raw Video
PSS => Playstation Video
ROQ => ?? Id Sofware (Quake)
SFD => Sega Dreamcast Video
SMK => Smacker
STR => PSX Video
SWF => Shockwave Flash (uncompressed)
THP => Gamecube Movie
TP => HDTV Video
TS => HDTV Transport Stream MPEG-2
TXD => Renderware Texture
VBS => MPEG 1 Video
VDR => MPEG 2 Video
VID => Bethesda Softworks
VMD => Sierra Games
VOB => DVD Video format
WMV => Windows Media
Y4M => Y4M raw Video

to where am I suppose to extract the .zip file ?
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Re: FFmpeg & xnview

Postby xnview » Mon Sep 17, 2012 6:29 am

in AddOn folder
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Re: FFmpeg & xnview

Postby limar500 » Tue Sep 18, 2012 1:43 pm

xnview wrote:in AddOn folder


thanks
it seemed to work with some .flv but not all
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Re: FFmpeg & xnview

Postby DOS386 » Mon Sep 24, 2012 8:27 am

xnview wrote:OGM => Ogg Vorbis Video


Vorbis is the audio codec, Theora would be the video codec usually used in OGG files.
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Re: FFmpeg & xnview

Postby wentwog » Wed Jan 04, 2017 11:24 am

Thanks for the great addon!
Though, I do not see that on the main page: see the attached image. Could that be fixed? It will be easier to find the addon.
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