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Old 14th October 2010, 17:49   #1  |  Link
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Concatenating 2 passes in FFmpeg : OS dependency

Hi !

Just a quick question because at the moment I don't have the material to test it out myself...

I learned that it is possible, in FFmpeg, to run many encodings in a single command line. Example taken from this site :
ffmpeg -i fluid8.mov -y out1.mp4 && ffmpeg -i fluid8.mov -y out2.avi && ffmpeg -i fluid8.mov -y out3.flv && ffmpeg -i fluid8.mov -y out4.mov

So the "&&" separator does that. Now my question is : will it work the same on any OS, or is it a Windows-only syntax ?

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