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Q&A ffmpeg: apply a filter from a start time to the end of the video

I think I found a solution myself. Instead of using the between() function, you can use the gte() (greater than or equal to) function. So the command above would be: ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -vf "yadif...

posted 2y ago by Trevor‭  ·  edited 2y ago by Trevor‭

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#2: Post edited by user avatar Trevor‭ · 2022-09-05T01:12:34Z (almost 2 years ago)
  • I think I found a solution myself. Instead of using the `between()` function, you can use the `gte()` (greater than or equal to) function. So the command would be:
  • ```
  • ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -vf "yadif:enable='gte(t,30)'" output.mp4
  • ```
  • I discovered this command by looking through the [FFmpeg Utilities Documentation](https://ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg-utils.html#Expression-Evaluation) page.
  • I think I found a solution myself. Instead of using the `between()` function, you can use the `gte()` (greater than or equal to) function. So the command above would be:
  • ```
  • ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -vf "yadif:enable='gte(t,30)'" output.mp4
  • ```
  • I discovered this command by looking through the [FFmpeg Utilities Documentation](https://ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg-utils.html#Expression-Evaluation) page.
#1: Initial revision by user avatar Trevor‭ · 2022-09-04T19:34:40Z (almost 2 years ago)
I think I found a solution myself. Instead of using the `between()` function, you can use the `gte()` (greater than or equal to) function. So the command would be:
```
ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -vf "yadif:enable='gte(t,30)'" output.mp4
```
I discovered this command by looking through the [FFmpeg Utilities Documentation](https://ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg-utils.html#Expression-Evaluation) page.