Answer by Matt Young · Jun 20, 2014 at 06:49 AM
ffmpeg -y -i [input-file].[ext] -f [output-format] -vframes [number-of-frames] -ss [seconds-offset] [output-file].[ext]
#create thumbnail of sample.mp4 file 30 seconds in
ffmpeg -y -i sample.mp4 -f mjpeg -vframes 1 -ss 30 sample.jpg
We have a simple module that creates a thumbnail found
here. You could modify the source or use it as a starting point in developing your own http provider.
thank you matt, here we call the module from flash client, cant we call this module from java? if not where can I fined the source code of this module to make it as http provider?
Answer by sal jefferson · Jun 20, 2014 at 07:25 AM
Another option would be to use a stream class stream to publish the VOD content as a live source to the Transcoder and then use the HTTPProvider:
How to do basic server-side publishing with Stream class streams
How to get thumbnail images from Wowza Transcoder with an HTTP Provider
Answer by sal jefferson · Jun 21, 2014 at 06:59 PM
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