Chris Dolan
and 1 contributors

NAME

flvcut - Extract one or more time segments from an FLV file

SYNOPSIS

flvcut [options] in.flv out.flv inms:outms [out.flv inms:outms ...]

 Options:
   -k --keyframes      Round specified times to the nearest keyframe time
   -v --verbose        Print diagnostic messages
   -h --help           Verbose help message
   -V --version        Print version

Either of the in or out files can be -, meaning STDIN or STDOUT.

DESCRIPTION

Sometimes you have an FLV that is too long, or has extraneous content. This tool lets you efficiently split the FLV into one or more segments.

The in and out times are in milliseconds. Either (or both!) can be omitted, which implies the ends of the input file.

You should probably always use the -k option. Otherwise, if your times are wrong, the video is going to look terrible at the start of the clip.

SEE ALSO

flv2flv

flvsplice

FLV::Cut

AUTHOR

Chris Dolan, cdolan@cpan.org