Manipulating, converting and editing audio and video
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"The command line interface is very easy to use because the
program figures out all the default parameters intelligently.
Usually, the input file name with -i option and output file name is
all you have to specify. In this tutorial, we will see how to get
information about audio or video file, convert from one audio or
video format to another, capture audio or video from a device and
extracting audio or video from a multimedia file using ffmpeg.
"FFmpeg supports a number of formats like avi, wav, asf, mp3,
mov, mp4,ogg, vcd, wmv and a lot more. To see which formats it
supports, use -formats option"