Make OUTPUT_DIRECTORY play nicely with -S & -o
`./segment.sh -i video.mov -s 4 -b 512 -t video -p video -S partials -o streams` would fail without this fix, as it would try to access streamspartials (notice the missing directory-separator).
and you would have to append the slash in your config and make the command look like this:
`./segment.sh -i video.mov -s 4 -b 512 -t video -p video -S partials -o streams/`
This fixes the issue, and you can now omit the last slash in the -o flag.
@@ -365,6 +365,7 @@
# Set the bitrate