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I know that ffmpeg has volume detection functionality.
Now I'm searching for a way to capture microphone audio and listen constantly without saving any files if there is a volume below my threshold.
But if there is some sound I want to produce file containing only this sound.
If there are multiple sounds separated by some time of silence I would like to have them as separate files.
Can ffmpeg run in this mode and produce my audio outputs?

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