This script makes it simple, better results than other posts around town:
Splits file.mp4 file to scenes with change more than 0.5 and saves
output parts to /tmp/parts folder
split.sh -d 0.5 -o /tmp/parts -f file.mp4
Including the script here for reference (note the version below has some ...
There are two FFmpeg frontends that I have used quite a bit for batch video conversion:
They are both for Windows, but I know there are more free FFmpeg frontends out there for other platforms. QWinFF is for Windows & Linux, but I think development has ceased.
you can try something like this if you just want to transcode instead of writing metadata freshly into the file
sudo ffmpeg -i 360video.MP4 -vcodec libx264 -strict unofficial -vprofile high -acodec aac -f mp4 another.mp4
I'm not too much technical but when I research on Internet found the way how can I repair corrupt video files using FFmpeg using its command lines. I will share the post which describe full efforts to repair the distorted video files.
Resource : https://www.stellarinfo.com/blog/repair-corrupt-videos-using-ffmpeg/