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ffmpeg_term [2012/02/04 20:41]
cerberus
ffmpeg_term [2012/02/04 20:50]
cerberus add MAC kill process :)
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 ==== Option 1 ==== ==== Option 1 ====
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 1. Download and extract the ffmpeg kill.bat from the attached ZIP file 1. Download and extract the ffmpeg kill.bat from the attached ZIP file
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 ==== Option 2 ==== ==== Option 2 ====
  
- +1. Create ​FFmpeg kill.bat 
-1. create ​FFmpeg kill.bat +2. Edit file with notepad.exe 
-2. edit file with notepad.exe +3. Add this code
-3. add this code+
  
 <​code>​taskkill /im ffmpeg.exe </​code>​ <​code>​taskkill /im ffmpeg.exe </​code>​
  
-4. save bat file +4. Save bat file 
-5. enjoy +5. Enjoy
- +
-====== On Linux/​BSD/​Solaris ======+
  
 +===== On Linux/​BSD/​Solaris =====
  
 1. From command prompt type 1. From command prompt type
  
 <​code>​kill -e -q ffmpeg</​code>​ <​code>​kill -e -q ffmpeg</​code>​
 +
 +===== On Mac =====
 +
 +For MAC we have 2 options. ​
 + 
 +1. To force-kill a process one has to send the KILL signal:
 +
 +  killall -KILL ffmpeg
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 +2. To kill a process that runs under a different user: (may ask for a password)
 +
 +  sudo killall -KILL ffmpeg
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ffmpeg_term.txt · Last modified: 2012/02/04 20:50 by cerberus