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I have MP4 file. It's duration is 18 minutes 22 seconds. I want to cut part form 7:35 to 14:01 and to save this part as another MP4 file without reencoding. How to do it using FFmpeg?

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May you try

ffmpeg -y -i input.mp4 -ss 00:07:35 -to 00:14:01 -c copy output.mp4
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  • Thank you, xer-rex. I want to analyze: video: codec, bit rate, frame rate mode, frame rate, color space, chroma subsampling, bit depth; audio: codec, bit rate mode, bit rate, bits per sample, sampling rate - before cutting and after. What software on Windows to use to analyze? MediaInfo? ExifTool? Else? – Konskoo Sep 23 at 11:19
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    Let's see if this help:: ffprobe -v quiet -print_format json -show_format -show_streams output.mp4 – xer-rex Sep 23 at 13:35
  • Thank you, xer-rex. I made this command. I received many information. Row hierarchy and braces. Good. I made this with both files: file before cutting and file after. How to represent this data conveniently? Maybe in some table form? Left column - file before cutting, right column - file after cutting. How to do this? – Konskoo Oct 5 at 0:18
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    Do you mean the csv, ffmpeg.org/ffprobe.html#compact_002c-csv? – xer-rex Oct 6 at 0:06
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    I find JSON is better cuz i use it on my nodejs/python programs – xer-rex Oct 7 at 10:42

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