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I have using code:

ffmpeg.exe -i 111.mp4 -vf "movie=1111.mp4[inner]; [in][inner] overlay=shortest=1:x=480:y=240 [out]" -c:v libx264 completed.mkv

Insert main_video into backgroud_Video but I can not seem to add a border image into this video.

An example of what I am aiming to do can be found here on YouTube.

Is there any way to do this using ffmpeg?

  • Your YouTube link is broken – Simon Sheehan Jun 12 '16 at 20:13
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Use the pad filter.

ffmpeg -i main.mp4 \
       -vf "movie=bg.mp4,hue=s=0[bg];[in]scale=iw/2:-1,pad=iw+20:ih+20:10:10:color=yellow[m]; \
           [bg][m]overlay=shortest=1:x=(W-w)/2:y=(H-h)/2[out]" -c:v libx264 completed.mkv

This creates a 10-pixel yellow border around the smaller video. iw+20 and ih+20 create a padded canvas which is 20 pixels bigger than the video. Then the video is placed at (10,10) from the top-left in the canvas, thus creating a uniform 10 pixel border, whose color is set to yellow.

  • Thank you so much, but help me select main_video into center backgroud_video Thank – D.Money.Lee May 27 '16 at 15:45
  • What's the resolution for main and BG video? – Gyan May 27 '16 at 16:47
  • Main_video 1280x720 and backgroud_video 1280x720 – D.Money.Lee May 27 '16 at 17:00
  • and main_video inside backgroud_video size will be set =50% size video original! – D.Money.Lee May 27 '16 at 17:02
  • See edited cmd. – Gyan May 27 '16 at 17:57

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