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I don’t usually have trouble finding the right command for what I want to do in ffmpeg; there’s a recipe out there for anything you can think of, usually on the first page of Google results. What I haven’t been able to find, even though I’ve searched many times, is a complete reference of flags and options. So I made one.

This is the complete list, outputted from ffmpeg by running `ffmpeg -h full`.

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