I shoot RAW video, result is that each take is a separate directory filled with photos camera takes 24 photos per second(dependent on FPS setting), each one of the photos is named sequentialy in the filename.
so each take is a subdirectory in the root directory
I'm trying to create a script that would traverse the root directory and all it's subdirectories and simply copy files(photo/image) based on their filename, and just copy every 1440th file out of each subdirectory, effectively giving me stills from the video footage every 1 minute, to a designated directory.
Does that make sense? I'm just looking to have a batch file to perform that, this would give me a sampling of all the footage from the day in 1 minute increments, batch file or if there is another way to automate this copying setup with some amount of control as to the interval, that would be great.
here are example three sequential file names from one of the directories.
and so on, so the number of files in each directory varies, script would need to stop when the last file is considered and go to the next directory to copy files from there
could someone help me with a script or write it for me if it's simple or point me to an application that could be setup to do something like this?