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Can anyone help me make this DOS command properly function within AutoIT? Or at least let me know how I can monitor the output to the command line that AutoIT generates?

The following functions properly at a command prompt:

"C:\vtools\ffmpeg\ffmpeg.exe" -i "C:\My Videos\norm-in\$inputvar" -vcodec copy -an -y "C:\vtools\tmp\v1deo.avi"
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Edited by Shevilie

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