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I made a script for ffprobe I can use to view information of my media more easily. An additional feature I want is to breakout the output information to a log file.

Implementation 1:

@echo off

for %%f in (%*) do (ffprobe -hide_banner -i %%f>"%~dp1ffprobe.log)

Implementation 2:

@echo off

(
for %%f in (%*) do (ffprobe -hide_banner -i %%f)
)>"%~dp1ffprobe.log"

The issue I am having is that the log is being created in the expected location but it it always empty with either of these implementations. Usually either of these methods for breaking into a file have worked for me. Is there a native or alternative way of accomplishing this?

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With ffprobe 5.1 or later, you can add -o OUTFILE to store probe data in a file.

If using redirection with earlier versions, redirect stderr as well.

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  • I have tried this, but I believe this is part of ffmpeg and not ffprobe. It works in ffmpeg when converting or remuxing, but I am unable to get output saved to a file with the same flag. Commented Apr 3 at 0:52
  • ffmpeg has no -o option.
    – Gyan
    Commented Apr 3 at 3:57

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