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Jul
11
comment FFmpeg: image intro
It seems that the general example of you is working. I've still got two problems though. One is: the intro has to overlay the complete videoframe. Any way on how to get the size of the frame of the video and this way match it? Second: adding an outro. I can manage the extra filters with watermark and outro except that the outro has to end the video ofcourse. And I have no idea on how to manage that with overlaying the video with the outro and not the other way around.
Jun
12
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Jun
12
comment FFmpeg: image intro
Will this overlay the first 5 seconds of the video instead of putting it in front of it? (which would be fine). How can this be adjusted to also add an outro? If I would like to add a waterwark to the rest of the video without the intro, is it possible to add an extra -filtercomplex to it or can I just play around with the inputs/outputs in filtercomplex to combine this?
Jun
11
revised FFmpeg: image intro
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Jun
11
accepted FFmpeg watermark
Jun
11
comment FFmpeg watermark
It is working now, thanks a lot. But is it normal that rendering takes a lot of time? A 42MB video file take about 10 minutes?
Jun
11
comment FFmpeg watermark
After some testing the script tells me that atleast one output file must be specified. And: '-map' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. Any idea?
Jun
11
revised FFmpeg: image intro
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Jun
11
comment FFmpeg: image intro
ffmpeg -loop 1 -f image2 -i png.png -c:v libx264 -t 5 out.mp4 This seems to work though on the page you linked. Now I can use that created output and combine it with the main video using concate. But i'm confused how to put the made intro together with the concate function. I tried ffmpeg -loop 1 -f image2 -i png.png -c:v libx264 -t 5 [intro]. I think this saves it into the parameter [intro].
Jun
11
comment FFmpeg: image intro
It indeed makes a 5 seconds mkv file. But when I play it with VLC it immediatly stops playing. I tried with a jpeg and png file but both give the same error.
Jun
11
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Jun
11
asked FFmpeg: image intro
Jun
11
awarded  Scholar
Jun
11
comment FFmpeg watermark
Could you explain the parameter [1:v]? Does it target the second "video" (as I suppose counting starts with 0)? The [wat] is the name for watermark but isn't it needed to put watermark.png [wat] in your code?
Jun
11
revised FFmpeg watermark
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Jun
11
comment FFmpeg watermark
The 2> output.txt did the trick, thanks! @LordNeckbeard I think you are right. I get a new error now but I think that's because my dimensions of my watermark are bigger than my videos dimensions: I think the command -s in ffmpeg can fix the dimension problem when i put it after the logo input.
Jun
11
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Jun
11
revised FFmpeg watermark
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Jun
11
comment FFmpeg watermark
I tried echo and > output.txt for my output but it didn't work. So I took a small screenshot from my output.
Jun
11
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