blind-read-head - Reads the head from a video
blind-read-head reads the head a video from stdin, and prints it, without the magic number, to stdout. The output will contain: the number of frames, <space>, the width, <space>, the height, <space>, and the pixel format. The output is text, and thus ends with a <newline>.
No excess bytes are read and blind-next-frame(1) can be used to get the first, and any following, frame from stdin.
blind(7), blind-write-head(1), blind-next-frame(1)
Mattias AndrÃ©e <[email protected]>