I have been working to remove certain intervals in audio using FFMPEG and was wondering if there is a command or certain technique to only display certain intervals selected.
For example, say I have an audio file (audio.wav) of duration 400 sec, and I run a command to only select the intervals from 30 sec and beyond as such:
ffmpeg -i audio.wav -af "aselect=not(between(t,0,30)), asetps=N/SR/TB" output.wav
The command above produces an audio file output that does not include the first 30 seconds, however, my goal is to know what intervals that it did include. I am looking for something to display some output like:
start_time: 30 sec, end_time: 400 sec
I do not want to hardcode these values which is why I am looking for some type of way for FFMPEG or technique to produce it based on the intervals not included in the original audio. If anyone could please share with me any command, technique it would be greatly appreciated!