Warning: This script could screw things up. If you don’t feel comfortable with shell scripts, this might not be for you. Digital Audio Playlist:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLErU2HjQZ_ZPoumpVxfXEm8-ZiEKlMjnM
Run mpdecimate Filter on Video (mp4 output) Run mpdecimate Filter on Video (mov output)* * This seems to work better with Final Cut Pro FFmpeg Installation Links: https://www.rickmakes.com/ffmpeg-notes/ Stack Overflow thread on mpdecimate: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/37088517/remove-sequentially-duplicate-frames-when-using-ffmpeg
Audio/Video Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLErU2HjQZ_ZN4KVIf7ad7Y1CBlosKdZkd List Input Devices List Device Modes Display (1080p 30fps) Display (720p 60fps) Capture (1080p 30fps) Capture (720p 60fps) These ffmpeg commands are using a hardware accelerated codec for Intel Quicksync. On systems that don’t support Quicksync (e.g. AMD, Nvidia, etc…) use ‘libx264’ in place of h264_qsv.
Encode Video (Windows 10, timed) Encode Video (Windows Subsystem for Linux 2, Ubuntu, timed) Encode Video (Windows 10, hardware encoding, timed)