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Hi. Can somebody help me  to retrieve Autoit and VLC only, the jpg thumbnails of my .mp4 files?

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Moved to the appropriate forum, as the AutoIt Example Scripts forum very clearly states:

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I don't understand you, ¿what you need to do exactly?

3 hours ago, SASL said:

Hi. Can somebody help me  to retrieve Autoit and VLC only, the jpg thumbnails of my .mp4 files?

 

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Sorry, i am new here.

but, is there a way to get the thubmnails , just by coding, without installing ffmpeg?

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Sure, just rewrite ffmpeg in AutoIt, but I do not know how.  You do know that you can make all UI with AutoiT and call the tool from it ?

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Hi. In case I want to install ffmpeg on my Windows10 64, what package should I choose for download. Then, when my Autoitscript is ready, how can I compile in one file all that is needed for my fiends to use my application, without downloading anything else?

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I do not know what are the minimal files you would need to make ffmpeg work, but once you have identified them, you can use FileInstall to add them to your script exe.  Then you can ship a single file containing everything that will work on all x64 machines.  You will need to do the same process and create another exe that would work on x86 machines.

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