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comment ffmpeg: combine two mono live audio stream to single stereo stream
If you have more questions then add a new Question, not a comment.
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comment ffmpeg: combine two mono live audio stream to single stereo stream
@Yuvrajsinh: If you use -itsoffset place it before the -i option for the input you want to adjust. Alternatively try the adelay filter, e.g. [0:a]adelay=3000[delay0];[delay0][1:a]amix
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comment How to add my logo for the first 30 seconds in a video with ffmpeg?
@Rajib: The reason for the -framerate and -loop for a still image is so that the fade out will work. If there is only a single frame then it has no way to fade out over a 1 second interval. Ideally it should be the same frame rate as the video so that the fade will be as smooth as possible.
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comment How to add my logo for the first 30 seconds in a video with ffmpeg?
@iwocan: Sorry, add -shortest (or -t and the desired duration) before the output file name. Otherwise the png will be looped forever.
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Add -shortest
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comment Creating a movie from images using ffmpeg but getting only one frame
The second command should work. Are your files named input-00001.png, input-00002.png, etc.? What does the output from ffmpeg say?
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comment dividing a video clip by 4 areas
@Saeid87: It's working for me. You can also specify numbers if you know the width and height.
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comment Converted MP4 not playing in Chrome
MP4 is a container and can contain video and audio using various codecs. In VLC choose Media Information from the menu, click on Codec Details and expand the streams. Verify that the video codec is H.264.