where do I have to put ffmpeg?
A downloadable tool for Windows
Video Dude takes a single MPEG4 clip, chops it up into random chunks, and renders it out into a new video using ffmpeg (downloaded separately). It can also randomly seek and play a video forever. There are many controls to customize exactly what Video Dude does, and each clip can be tweaked as well.
If you like Video Dude and find it amusing or even useful, please consider supporting its development.
- Video Dude is especially good at cutting up "talking head" videos.
- It can also be used in "DJ Mode" wherein up to 20 clips can be manipulated with keyboard control
- [ = Trim start time for a clip (while clip panel is pulled out)
- ] = Trim end time for a clip (works while generating or when editing clips)
- Spacebar = Stops clip generation
- Escape = Display exit confirmation dialog
- Left/Right arrow = seek through the currently loaded video
- Backspace = Display clip clear confirmation dialog
- Ctrl + O = Display open video file dialog
- Tab + NumKeys = DJ Mode playing of clips 0=9 (while clip panel is open)
- Ctrl + Tab + NumKey = DJ Mode playing of clips 10-19
- NumKeys = Play/Stop specified clips 0-9 (assuming there are existing clips)
- Ctrl + NumKeys = Play/Stop specified clips 10-19 (assuming there are existing clips)
Click download now to get access to the following files:
- More bug fixes and display changes73 days ago
- New File Dialog93 days ago
- Output Filename SuggestionSep 02, 2021
- Clip Editing ImprovementsAug 18, 2021
- Bugfixes and Minor but Useful FeaturesAug 18, 2021
- New Mashup Capability!Aug 17, 2021
- Overridable Clip Generation End TimeAug 15, 2021
- Clip Generation FixesJul 29, 2021