Is there a nyquist plugin that does what truncate silence filter does but also outputs a cutlist to be used with ffmpeg and a video?
ffmpeg -ss hh:mm:ss -i "dummyfile.mp4" -t hh:mm:ss "dummyoutput1.mp4"
ffmpeg -ss hh:mm:ss -i "dummyfile.mp4" -t hh:mm:ss "dummyoutput2.mp4"
ffmpeg -i "concat:dummyoutput1.mp4|dummyoutput2.mp4|..." -c copy output.mp4
Not that I know of, but why not just use Truncate Silence and then export from Audacity?
You can get a list of start/end times for audio above a specified threshold level by running “Sound Finder” (http://manual.audacityteam.org/man/silence_finder_and_sound_finder.html#sound), which creates labels for the detected sounds, and then export the label track as a text file (http://manual.audacityteam.org/man/importing_and_exporting_labels.html)