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Ffmpeg

Hello everyone, I am new here so forgive me if this is in the wrong place. I am new to shell script and am trying to write a script to use with a program called ffmpeg. Would this be something I could get help with here?

Code:
 set /p VIDEO=Enter full name of video file on desktop:
md "%userprofile%\desktop\frames"
ffmpeg.exe -y -i "%userprofile%\desktop\%VIDEO%.mp4" -an -r 10 "%userprofile%\desktop\frames\img%%3d.jpg"

This allows you to paste the name of an mp4 file in the window and it will automatically make a folder and print out a frame by frame of the video in it. This was given to me and I added the little mp4 extension to it but that is as far as I can go. Would anyone here be able or willing to show me how to edit this further to do a few other things?

Thank you all for your time and help.

Last edited by Don Cragun; 10-30-2017 at 07:10 PM.. Reason: Add CODE and ICODE tags.
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What operating system are you using?

What shell are you using?

The code you have shown us looks more like it was intended to be processed by a Windows command line interpreter than by a UNIX shell.
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Hello yes it opens a windows promp I guess. Like I said this is not the kind of stuff I do and am trying to learn it. I went to google a search for forums on shell scripting and this forum popped up so I came here for help. Am I in the wrong place?
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Hello yes it opens a windows promp I guess. Like I said this is not the kind of stuff I do and am trying to learn it. I went to google a search for forums on shell scripting and this forum popped up so I came here for help. Am I in the wrong place?
you are at a UNIX & Linux Forum!
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Im sorry. I did knot know there was a difference in the code. As I said, I am brand new at this and this forum came up first. Please excuse the improper intrusion.
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We actually have a Windows & DOS subforum but this isn't it. Moving thread.
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Awesome. Thank you very much Smilie
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