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September 24, 2010 at 8:45 AM #37783AnonymousInactive
How to automatize video files processing?
I often have to do with video files processing: converting them to FLV format, making screenshots etc, in other words, with boring single-type tasks. As a matter of fact, all simple operations I have to perform at that (opening video editor, opening file in it, running process) dont take much time, but it is only in case of a single file.
Processing several files becomes much more difficultL. In addition to all Im very lazy 🙂
Ive decided to automatize this process somehow and at that, to minimize the number of operations.
I wont describe all ideas Ive tried. Only tell I didnt like bat files (as it needs to insert paths etc.).
Unfortunately, Im not a developer to create my own program. Ive almost humbled with all my unsuccessful tries when found video editor that can process video without running application or bat files.
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September 24, 2010 at 3:43 PM #167402composite1Member
If you’re using Adobe Flash you should be able to automate your process in the ‘Commands’ menu. Go to page 49 in your Flash pdf manual (or download a copy from the adobe site) and it will explain the process.
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