moviecap - get a screenshots within a movie file
Helps to get a movie screenshot. Creates a tempdir to make caps in, and renames the files like the movie.
moviecap [OPTIONS].. MOVIEFILE..
-f number frame count, default 1 -s number seconds to skip per frame, default 5 -o dir path to output directory, default is cwd -S number seconds in to start -X disable -forceidx -h help -v version
Five frames, 25 secs inbetween each, output to current dir:
moviecap -f 5 -s 25 ./movie.avi
Leo Charre leocharre at cpan dot org
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