ffprobe

FFPROBE(1)                                                          FFPROBE(1)



NAME
       ffprobe - ffprobe media prober

SYNOPSIS
       ffprobe [options] [input_url]

DESCRIPTION
       ffprobe gathers information from multimedia streams and prints it in
       human- and machine-readable fashion.

       For example it can be used to check the format of the container used by
       a multimedia stream and the format and type of each media stream
       contained in it.

       If a url is specified in input, ffprobe will try to open and probe the
       url content. If the url cannot be opened or recognized as a multimedia
       file, a positive exit code is returned.

       ffprobe may be employed both as a standalone application or in
       combination with a textual filter, which may perform more sophisticated
       processing, e.g. statistical processing or plotting.

       Options are used to list some of the formats supported by ffprobe or
       for specifying which information to display, and for setting how
       ffprobe will show it.

       ffprobe output is designed to be easily parsable by a textual filter,
       and consists of one or more sections of a form defined by the selected
       writer, which is specified by the print_format option.

       Sections may contain other nested sections, and are identified by a
       name (which may be shared by other sections), and an unique name. See
       the output of sections.

       Metadata tags stored in the container or in the streams are recognized
       and printed in the corresponding "FORMAT", "STREAM" or "PROGRAM_STREAM"
       section.

OPTIONS
       All the numerical options, if not specified otherwise, accept a string
       representing a number as input, which may be followed by one of the SI
       unit prefixes, for example: 'K', 'M', or 'G'.

       If 'i' is appended to the SI unit prefix, the complete prefix will be
       interpreted as a unit prefix for binary multiples, which are based on
       powers of 1024 instead of powers of 1000. Appending 'B' to the SI unit
       prefix multiplies the value by 8. This allows using, for example: 'KB',
       'MiB', 'G' and 'B' as number suffixes.

       Options which do not take arguments are boolean options, and set the
       corresponding value to true. They can be set to false by prefixing the
       option name with "no". For example using "-nofoo" will set the boolean
       option with name "foo" to false.

   Stream specifiers
       Some options are applied per-stream, e.g. bitrate or codec. Stream
       specifiers are used to precisely specify which stream(s) a given option
       belongs to.

       A stream specifier is a string generally appended to the option name
       and separated from it by a colon. E.g. "-codec:a:1 ac3" contains the
       "a:1" stream specifier, which matches the second audio stream.
       Therefore, it would select the ac3 codec for the second audio stream.

       A stream specifier can match several streams, so that the option is
       applied to all of them. E.g. the stream specifier in "-b:a 128k"
       matches all audio streams.

       An empty stream specifier matches all streams. For example, "-codec
       copy" or "-codec: copy" would copy all the streams without reencoding.

       Possible forms of stream specifiers are:

       stream_index
           Matches the stream with this index. E.g. "-threads:1 4" would set
           the thread count for the second stream to 4.

       stream_type[:stream_index]
           stream_type is one of following: 'v' or 'V' for video, 'a' for
           audio, 's' for subtitle, 'd' for data, and 't' for attachments. 'v'
           matches all video streams, 'V' only matches video streams which are
           not attached pictures, video thumbnails or cover arts.  If
           stream_index is given, then it matches stream number stream_index
           of this type. Otherwise, it matches all streams of this type.

       p:program_id[:stream_index] or
       p:program_id[:stream_type[:stream_index]] or
           p:program_id:m:key[:value] In first version, if stream_index is
           given, then it matches the stream with number stream_index in the
           program with the id program_id. Otherwise, it matches all streams
           in the program. In the second version, stream_type is one of
           following: 'v' for video, 'a' for audio, 's' for subtitle, 'd' for
           data. If stream_index is also given, then it matches stream number
           stream_index of this type in the program with the id program_id.
           Otherwise, if only stream_type is given, it matches all streams of
           this type in the program with the id program_id.  In the third
           version matches streams in the program with the id program_id with
           the metadata tag key having the specified value. If value is not
           given, matches streams that contain the given tag with any value.

       #stream_id or i:stream_id
           Match the stream by stream id (e.g. PID in MPEG-TS container).

       m:key[:value]
           Matches streams with the metadata tag key having the specified
           value. If value is not given, matches streams that contain the
           given tag with any value.

       u   Matches streams with usable configuration, the codec must be
           defined and the essential information such as video dimension or
           audio sample rate must be present.

           Note that in ffmpeg, matching by metadata will only work properly
           for input files.

   Generic options
       These options are shared amongst the ff* tools.

       -L  Show license.

       -h, -?, -help, --help [arg]
           Show help. An optional parameter may be specified to print help
           about a specific item. If no argument is specified, only basic (non
           advanced) tool options are shown.

           Possible values of arg are:

           long
               Print advanced tool options in addition to the basic tool
               options.

           full
               Print complete list of options, including shared and private
               options for encoders, decoders, demuxers, muxers, filters, etc.

           decoder=decoder_name
               Print detailed information about the decoder named
               decoder_name. Use the -decoders option to get a list of all
               decoders.

           encoder=encoder_name
               Print detailed information about the encoder named
               encoder_name. Use the -encoders option to get a list of all
               encoders.

           demuxer=demuxer_name
               Print detailed information about the demuxer named
               demuxer_name. Use the -formats option to get a list of all
               demuxers and muxers.

           muxer=muxer_name
               Print detailed information about the muxer named muxer_name.
               Use the -formats option to get a list of all muxers and
               demuxers.

           filter=filter_name
               Print detailed information about the filter name filter_name.
               Use the -filters option to get a list of all filters.

       -version
           Show version.

       -formats
           Show available formats (including devices).

       -demuxers
           Show available demuxers.

       -muxers
           Show available muxers.

       -devices
           Show available devices.

       -codecs
           Show all codecs known to libavcodec.

           Note that the term 'codec' is used throughout this documentation as
           a shortcut for what is more correctly called a media bitstream
           format.

       -decoders
           Show available decoders.

       -encoders
           Show all available encoders.

       -bsfs
           Show available bitstream filters.

       -protocols
           Show available protocols.

       -filters
           Show available libavfilter filters.

       -pix_fmts
           Show available pixel formats.

       -sample_fmts
           Show available sample formats.

       -layouts
           Show channel names and standard channel layouts.

       -colors
           Show recognized color names.

       -sources device[,opt1=val1[,opt2=val2]...]
           Show autodetected sources of the input device.  Some devices may
           provide system-dependent source names that cannot be autodetected.
           The returned list cannot be assumed to be always complete.

                   ffmpeg -sources pulse,server=192.168.0.4

       -sinks device[,opt1=val1[,opt2=val2]...]
           Show autodetected sinks of the output device.  Some devices may
           provide system-dependent sink names that cannot be autodetected.
           The returned list cannot be assumed to be always complete.

                   ffmpeg -sinks pulse,server=192.168.0.4

       -loglevel [flags+]loglevel | -v [flags+]loglevel
           Set logging level and flags used by the library.

           The optional flags prefix can consist of the following values:

           repeat
               Indicates that repeated log output should not be compressed to
               the first line and the "Last message repeated n times" line
               will be omitted.

           level
               Indicates that log output should add a "[level]" prefix to each
               message line. This can be used as an alternative to log
               coloring, e.g. when dumping the log to file.

           Flags can also be used alone by adding a '+'/'-' prefix to
           set/reset a single flag without affecting other flags or changing
           loglevel. When setting both flags and loglevel, a '+' separator is
           expected between the last flags value and before loglevel.

           loglevel is a string or a number containing one of the following
           values:

           quiet, -8
               Show nothing at all; be silent.

           panic, 0
               Only show fatal errors which could lead the process to crash,
               such as an assertion failure. This is not currently used for
               anything.

           fatal, 8
               Only show fatal errors. These are errors after which the
               process absolutely cannot continue.

           error, 16
               Show all errors, including ones which can be recovered from.

           warning, 24
               Show all warnings and errors. Any message related to possibly
               incorrect or unexpected events will be shown.

           info, 32
               Show informative messages during processing. This is in
               addition to warnings and errors. This is the default value.

           verbose, 40
               Same as "info", except more verbose.

           debug, 48
               Show everything, including debugging information.

           trace, 56

           For example to enable repeated log output, add the "level" prefix,
           and set loglevel to "verbose":

                   ffmpeg -loglevel repeat+level+verbose -i input output

           Another example that enables repeated log output without affecting
           current state of "level" prefix flag or loglevel:

                   ffmpeg [...] -loglevel +repeat

           By default the program logs to stderr. If coloring is supported by
           the terminal, colors are used to mark errors and warnings. Log
           coloring can be disabled setting the environment variable
           AV_LOG_FORCE_NOCOLOR or NO_COLOR, or can be forced setting the
           environment variable AV_LOG_FORCE_COLOR.  The use of the
           environment variable NO_COLOR is deprecated and will be dropped in
           a future FFmpeg version.

       -report
           Dump full command line and console output to a file named
           "program-YYYYMMDD-HHMMSS.log" in the current directory.  This file
           can be useful for bug reports.  It also implies "-loglevel
           verbose".

           Setting the environment variable FFREPORT to any value has the same
           effect. If the value is a ':'-separated key=value sequence, these
           options will affect the report; option values must be escaped if
           they contain special characters or the options delimiter ':' (see
           the ``Quoting and escaping'' section in the ffmpeg-utils manual).

           The following options are recognized:

           file
               set the file name to use for the report; %p is expanded to the
               name of the program, %t is expanded to a timestamp, "%%" is
               expanded to a plain "%"

           level
               set the log verbosity level using a numerical value (see
               "-loglevel").

           For example, to output a report to a file named ffreport.log using
           a log level of 32 (alias for log level "info"):

                   FFREPORT=file=ffreport.log:level=32 ffmpeg -i input output

           Errors in parsing the environment variable are not fatal, and will
           not appear in the report.

       -hide_banner
           Suppress printing banner.

           All FFmpeg tools will normally show a copyright notice, build
           options and library versions. This option can be used to suppress
           printing this information.

       -cpuflags flags (global)
           Allows setting and clearing cpu flags. This option is intended for
           testing. Do not use it unless you know what you're doing.

                   ffmpeg -cpuflags -sse+mmx ...
                   ffmpeg -cpuflags mmx ...
                   ffmpeg -cpuflags 0 ...

           Possible flags for this option are:

           x86
               mmx
               mmxext
               sse
               sse2
               sse2slow
               sse3
               sse3slow
               ssse3
               atom
               sse4.1
               sse4.2
               avx
               avx2
               xop
               fma3
               fma4
               3dnow
               3dnowext
               bmi1
               bmi2
               cmov
           ARM
               armv5te
               armv6
               armv6t2
               vfp
               vfpv3
               neon
               setend
           AArch64
               armv8
               vfp
               neon
           PowerPC
               altivec
           Specific Processors
               pentium2
               pentium3
               pentium4
               k6
               k62
               athlon
               athlonxp
               k8

   AVOptions
       These options are provided directly by the libavformat, libavdevice and
       libavcodec libraries. To see the list of available AVOptions, use the
       -help option. They are separated into two categories:

       generic
           These options can be set for any container, codec or device.
           Generic options are listed under AVFormatContext options for
           containers/devices and under AVCodecContext options for codecs.

       private
           These options are specific to the given container, device or codec.
           Private options are listed under their corresponding
           containers/devices/codecs.

       For example to write an ID3v2.3 header instead of a default ID3v2.4 to
       an MP3 file, use the id3v2_version private option of the MP3 muxer:

               ffmpeg -i input.flac -id3v2_version 3 out.mp3

       All codec AVOptions are per-stream, and thus a stream specifier should
       be attached to them.

       Note: the -nooption syntax cannot be used for boolean AVOptions, use
       -option 0/-option 1.

       Note: the old undocumented way of specifying per-stream AVOptions by
       prepending v/a/s to the options name is now obsolete and will be
       removed soon.

   Main options
       -f format
           Force format to use.

       -unit
           Show the unit of the displayed values.

       -prefix
           Use SI prefixes for the displayed values.  Unless the
           "-byte_binary_prefix" option is used all the prefixes are decimal.

       -byte_binary_prefix
           Force the use of binary prefixes for byte values.

       -sexagesimal
           Use sexagesimal format HH:MM:SS.MICROSECONDS for time values.

       -pretty
           Prettify the format of the displayed values, it corresponds to the
           options "-unit -prefix -byte_binary_prefix -sexagesimal".

       -of, -print_format writer_name[=writer_options]
           Set the output printing format.

           writer_name specifies the name of the writer, and writer_options
           specifies the options to be passed to the writer.

           For example for printing the output in JSON format, specify:

                   -print_format json

           For more details on the available output printing formats, see the
           Writers section below.

       -sections
           Print sections structure and section information, and exit. The
           output is not meant to be parsed by a machine.

       -select_streams stream_specifier
           Select only the streams specified by stream_specifier. This option
           affects only the options related to streams (e.g. "show_streams",
           "show_packets", etc.).

           For example to show only audio streams, you can use the command:

                   ffprobe -show_streams -select_streams a INPUT

           To show only video packets belonging to the video stream with index
           1:

                   ffprobe -show_packets -select_streams v:1 INPUT

       -show_data
           Show payload data, as a hexadecimal and ASCII dump. Coupled with
           -show_packets, it will dump the packets' data. Coupled with
           -show_streams, it will dump the codec extradata.

           The dump is printed as the "data" field. It may contain newlines.

       -show_data_hash algorithm
           Show a hash of payload data, for packets with -show_packets and for
           codec extradata with -show_streams.

       -show_error
           Show information about the error found when trying to probe the
           input.

           The error information is printed within a section with name
           "ERROR".

       -show_format
           Show information about the container format of the input multimedia
           stream.

           All the container format information is printed within a section
           with name "FORMAT".

       -show_format_entry name
           Like -show_format, but only prints the specified entry of the
           container format information, rather than all. This option may be
           given more than once, then all specified entries will be shown.

           This option is deprecated, use "show_entries" instead.

       -show_entries section_entries
           Set list of entries to show.

           Entries are specified according to the following syntax.
           section_entries contains a list of section entries separated by
           ":". Each section entry is composed by a section name (or unique
           name), optionally followed by a list of entries local to that
           section, separated by ",".

           If section name is specified but is followed by no "=", all entries
           are printed to output, together with all the contained sections.
           Otherwise only the entries specified in the local section entries
           list are printed. In particular, if "=" is specified but the list
           of local entries is empty, then no entries will be shown for that
           section.

           Note that the order of specification of the local section entries
           is not honored in the output, and the usual display order will be
           retained.

           The formal syntax is given by:

                   <LOCAL_SECTION_ENTRIES> ::= <SECTION_ENTRY_NAME>[,<LOCAL_SECTION_ENTRIES>]
                   <SECTION_ENTRY>         ::= <SECTION_NAME>[=[<LOCAL_SECTION_ENTRIES>]]
                   <SECTION_ENTRIES>       ::= <SECTION_ENTRY>[:<SECTION_ENTRIES>]

           For example, to show only the index and type of each stream, and
           the PTS time, duration time, and stream index of the packets, you
           can specify the argument:

                   packet=pts_time,duration_time,stream_index : stream=index,codec_type

           To show all the entries in the section "format", but only the codec
           type in the section "stream", specify the argument:

                   format : stream=codec_type

           To show all the tags in the stream and format sections:

                   stream_tags : format_tags

           To show only the "title" tag (if available) in the stream sections:

                   stream_tags=title

       -show_packets
           Show information about each packet contained in the input
           multimedia stream.

           The information for each single packet is printed within a
           dedicated section with name "PACKET".

       -show_frames
           Show information about each frame and subtitle contained in the
           input multimedia stream.

           The information for each single frame is printed within a dedicated
           section with name "FRAME" or "SUBTITLE".

       -show_log loglevel
           Show logging information from the decoder about each frame
           according to the value set in loglevel, (see "-loglevel"). This
           option requires "-show_frames".

           The information for each log message is printed within a dedicated
           section with name "LOG".

       -show_streams
           Show information about each media stream contained in the input
           multimedia stream.

           Each media stream information is printed within a dedicated section
           with name "STREAM".

       -show_programs
           Show information about programs and their streams contained in the
           input multimedia stream.

           Each media stream information is printed within a dedicated section
           with name "PROGRAM_STREAM".

       -show_chapters
           Show information about chapters stored in the format.

           Each chapter is printed within a dedicated section with name
           "CHAPTER".

       -count_frames
           Count the number of frames per stream and report it in the
           corresponding stream section.

       -count_packets
           Count the number of packets per stream and report it in the
           corresponding stream section.

       -read_intervals read_intervals
           Read only the specified intervals. read_intervals must be a
           sequence of interval specifications separated by ",".  ffprobe will
           seek to the interval starting point, and will continue reading from
           that.

           Each interval is specified by two optional parts, separated by "%".

           The first part specifies the interval start position. It is
           interpreted as an absolute position, or as a relative offset from
           the current position if it is preceded by the "+" character. If
           this first part is not specified, no seeking will be performed when
           reading this interval.

           The second part specifies the interval end position. It is
           interpreted as an absolute position, or as a relative offset from
           the current position if it is preceded by the "+" character. If the
           offset specification starts with "#", it is interpreted as the
           number of packets to read (not including the flushing packets) from
           the interval start. If no second part is specified, the program
           will read until the end of the input.

           Note that seeking is not accurate, thus the actual interval start
           point may be different from the specified position. Also, when an
           interval duration is specified, the absolute end time will be
           computed by adding the duration to the interval start point found
           by seeking the file, rather than to the specified start value.

           The formal syntax is given by:

                   <INTERVAL>  ::= [<START>|+<START_OFFSET>][%[<END>|+<END_OFFSET>]]
                   <INTERVALS> ::= <INTERVAL>[,<INTERVALS>]

           A few examples follow.

           ·   Seek to time 10, read packets until 20 seconds after the found
               seek point, then seek to position "01:30" (1 minute and thirty
               seconds) and read packets until position "01:45".

                       10%+20,01:30%01:45

           ·   Read only 42 packets after seeking to position "01:23":

                       01:23%+#42

           ·   Read only the first 20 seconds from the start:

                       %+20

           ·   Read from the start until position "02:30":

                       %02:30

       -show_private_data, -private
           Show private data, that is data depending on the format of the
           particular shown element.  This option is enabled by default, but
           you may need to disable it for specific uses, for example when
           creating XSD-compliant XML output.

       -show_program_version
           Show information related to program version.

           Version information is printed within a section with name
           "PROGRAM_VERSION".

       -show_library_versions
           Show information related to library versions.

           Version information for each library is printed within a section
           with name "LIBRARY_VERSION".

       -show_versions
           Show information related to program and library versions. This is
           the equivalent of setting both -show_program_version and
           -show_library_versions options.

       -show_pixel_formats
           Show information about all pixel formats supported by FFmpeg.

           Pixel format information for each format is printed within a
           section with name "PIXEL_FORMAT".

       -bitexact
           Force bitexact output, useful to produce output which is not
           dependent on the specific build.

       -i input_url
           Read input_url.

WRITERS
       A writer defines the output format adopted by ffprobe, and will be used
       for printing all the parts of the output.

       A writer may accept one or more arguments, which specify the options to
       adopt. The options are specified as a list of key=value pairs,
       separated by ":".

       All writers support the following options:

       string_validation, sv
           Set string validation mode.

           The following values are accepted.

           fail
               The writer will fail immediately in case an invalid string
               (UTF-8) sequence or code point is found in the input. This is
               especially useful to validate input metadata.

           ignore
               Any validation error will be ignored. This will result in
               possibly broken output, especially with the json or xml writer.

           replace
               The writer will substitute invalid UTF-8 sequences or code
               points with the string specified with the
               string_validation_replacement.

           Default value is replace.

       string_validation_replacement, svr
           Set replacement string to use in case string_validation is set to
           replace.

           In case the option is not specified, the writer will assume the
           empty string, that is it will remove the invalid sequences from the
           input strings.

       A description of the currently available writers follows.

   default
       Default format.

       Print each section in the form:

               [SECTION]
               key1=val1
               ...
               keyN=valN
               [/SECTION]

       Metadata tags are printed as a line in the corresponding FORMAT, STREAM
       or PROGRAM_STREAM section, and are prefixed by the string "TAG:".

       A description of the accepted options follows.

       nokey, nk
           If set to 1 specify not to print the key of each field. Default
           value is 0.

       noprint_wrappers, nw
           If set to 1 specify not to print the section header and footer.
           Default value is 0.

   compact, csv
       Compact and CSV format.

       The "csv" writer is equivalent to "compact", but supports different
       defaults.

       Each section is printed on a single line.  If no option is specifid,
       the output has the form:

               section|key1=val1| ... |keyN=valN

       Metadata tags are printed in the corresponding "format" or "stream"
       section. A metadata tag key, if printed, is prefixed by the string
       "tag:".

       The description of the accepted options follows.

       item_sep, s
           Specify the character to use for separating fields in the output
           line.  It must be a single printable character, it is "|" by
           default ("," for the "csv" writer).

       nokey, nk
           If set to 1 specify not to print the key of each field. Its default
           value is 0 (1 for the "csv" writer).

       escape, e
           Set the escape mode to use, default to "c" ("csv" for the "csv"
           writer).

           It can assume one of the following values:

           c   Perform C-like escaping. Strings containing a newline (\n),
               carriage return (\r), a tab (\t), a form feed (\f), the
               escaping character (\) or the item separator character SEP are
               escaped using C-like fashioned escaping, so that a newline is
               converted to the sequence \n, a carriage return to \r, \ to \\
               and the separator SEP is converted to \SEP.

           csv Perform CSV-like escaping, as described in RFC4180.  Strings
               containing a newline (\n), a carriage return (\r), a double
               quote ("), or SEP are enclosed in double-quotes.

           none
               Perform no escaping.

       print_section, p
           Print the section name at the beginning of each line if the value
           is 1, disable it with value set to 0. Default value is 1.

   flat
       Flat format.

       A free-form output where each line contains an explicit key=value, such
       as "streams.stream.3.tags.foo=bar". The output is shell escaped, so it
       can be directly embedded in sh scripts as long as the separator
       character is an alphanumeric character or an underscore (see sep_char
       option).

       The description of the accepted options follows.

       sep_char, s
           Separator character used to separate the chapter, the section name,
           IDs and potential tags in the printed field key.

           Default value is ..

       hierarchical, h
           Specify if the section name specification should be hierarchical.
           If set to 1, and if there is more than one section in the current
           chapter, the section name will be prefixed by the name of the
           chapter. A value of 0 will disable this behavior.

           Default value is 1.

   ini
       INI format output.

       Print output in an INI based format.

       The following conventions are adopted:

       ·   all key and values are UTF-8

       ·   . is the subgroup separator

       ·   newline, \t, \f, \b and the following characters are escaped

       ·   \ is the escape character

       ·   # is the comment indicator

       ·   = is the key/value separator

       ·   : is not used but usually parsed as key/value separator

       This writer accepts options as a list of key=value pairs, separated by
       :.

       The description of the accepted options follows.

       hierarchical, h
           Specify if the section name specification should be hierarchical.
           If set to 1, and if there is more than one section in the current
           chapter, the section name will be prefixed by the name of the
           chapter. A value of 0 will disable this behavior.

           Default value is 1.

   json
       JSON based format.

       Each section is printed using JSON notation.

       The description of the accepted options follows.

       compact, c
           If set to 1 enable compact output, that is each section will be
           printed on a single line. Default value is 0.

       For more information about JSON, see <http://www.json.org/>.

   xml
       XML based format.

       The XML output is described in the XML schema description file
       ffprobe.xsd installed in the FFmpeg datadir.

       An updated version of the schema can be retrieved at the url
       <http://www.ffmpeg.org/schema/ffprobe.xsd>, which redirects to the
       latest schema committed into the FFmpeg development source code tree.

       Note that the output issued will be compliant to the ffprobe.xsd schema
       only when no special global output options (unit, prefix,
       byte_binary_prefix, sexagesimal etc.) are specified.

       The description of the accepted options follows.

       fully_qualified, q
           If set to 1 specify if the output should be fully qualified.
           Default value is 0.  This is required for generating an XML file
           which can be validated through an XSD file.

       xsd_strict, x
           If set to 1 perform more checks for ensuring that the output is XSD
           compliant. Default value is 0.  This option automatically sets
           fully_qualified to 1.

       For more information about the XML format, see
       <http://www.w3.org/XML/>.

TIMECODE
       ffprobe supports Timecode extraction:

       ·   MPEG1/2 timecode is extracted from the GOP, and is available in the
           video stream details (-show_streams, see timecode).

       ·   MOV timecode is extracted from tmcd track, so is available in the
           tmcd stream metadata (-show_streams, see TAG:timecode).

       ·   DV, GXF and AVI timecodes are available in format metadata
           (-show_format, see TAG:timecode).

SEE ALSO
       ffprobe-all(1), ffmpeg(1), ffplay(1), ffmpeg-utils(1),
       ffmpeg-scaler(1), ffmpeg-resampler(1), ffmpeg-codecs(1),
       ffmpeg-bitstream-filters(1), ffmpeg-formats(1), ffmpeg-devices(1),
       ffmpeg-protocols(1), ffmpeg-filters(1)

AUTHORS
       The FFmpeg developers.

       For details about the authorship, see the Git history of the project
       (git://source.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg), e.g. by typing the command git log in
       the FFmpeg source directory, or browsing the online repository at
       <http://source.ffmpeg.org>.

       Maintainers for the specific components are listed in the file
       MAINTAINERS in the source code tree.



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