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I attempt to help users with media related questions; especially those involving .

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Nov
25
comment ffmpeg & ffprobe & libfdk-aac on Ubuntu 14.10 server
I guess I'll have to download 14.10 and give it a try.
Nov
25
comment ffmpeg & ffprobe & libfdk-aac on Ubuntu 14.10 server
What are the actual errors?
Nov
25
comment ffmpeg & ffprobe & libfdk-aac on Ubuntu 14.10 server
"Does not work" is impossible to provide help. Please provide detailed information explaining what exactly does not work.
Nov
14
comment ffmpeg concatinate multiple videos in Ubuntu
Unfortunately the configuration options and other important information about your build was omitted from your output. Also, the info about each input is still missing.
Nov
13
comment ffmpeg concatinate multiple videos in Ubuntu
Please include the complete ffmpeg console output from your command, and also include the console output from: ffmpeg -n -i preroll.mp4 -i xx.mp4 -i postroll.mp4.
Nov
2
comment How to install avconv with libfdk_aac on Ubuntu 14.04?
Why not just follow the guide you linked to and use ffmpeg with libfdk_aac? If you're doing a significant amount of encoding you should reconsider using libfdk_aac since aac (the native AAC encoder), and libvo_aacenc are poor comparatively. See FFmpeg AAC Audio Encoding Guide (some info within will not apply to avconv).
Oct
30
comment avconv/ffmpeg - audio slowly drifts out of sync, original is in sync
@MALON -target dv should be -target ntsc-dv or -target pal-dv.
Oct
30
comment avconv/ffmpeg - audio slowly drifts out of sync, original is in sync
Try a recent static build of ffmpeg. It often works where avconv and/or the counterfeit "ffmpeg" in the repo fails.
Oct
2
comment Trying to merge .avi videos with mendcoder
@Saptamani Did this answer work for you?
Sep
25
comment Trying to merge .avi videos with mendcoder
Do you want to concatenate them without re-encoding them, or do you want to output to a different format, possibly perform some filtering, or modify it in any way?
Aug
7
comment Install FFMPEG-0.9.2 in ubunu 14.04 lts
Are there any external libraries that you need to support? Such as libx264 for H.264 video encoding.
Aug
6
comment Install FFMPEG-0.9.2 in ubunu 14.04 lts
Why do you specifically want 0.9.2?
Aug
5
comment ffmpeg on concat show error “The encoder 'aac' is experimental but experimental codecs are not enabled, add '-strict -2' if you want to use it.”
You tagged this as ffmpeg, but you are showing an avconv command. These are not the same.
Aug
4
comment How to do I convert an webm (video) to a (animated) gif on the command line?
See How do I convert a video to GIF using ffmpeg, with reasonable quality? for some additional information.
Jun
19
comment avconv incorrect length when splitting video
Thanks for trying. Can you show the command and the complete console output? ...and only now do I realize my typo in the first comment.
Jun
19
comment avconv incorrect length when splitting video
Try downloading the most recent static build of ffmpeg from the FFmpeg Dwonload page. I'm interested to know if it works as expected.
Jun
15
comment FFmpeg file format library update blocked
Please include your actual commands and the console outputs so we can understand what exactly you're trying to do.
Jun
13
comment php5-ffmpeg not available in 14.04's repos, what now?
If you found a solution you can provide and eventually accept your own answer to your own question so others know an accepted answer was provided.
Jun
12
comment php5-ffmpeg not available in 14.04's repos, what now?
Are you sure you even need that? The ffmpeg-php from sourceforge is absolutely ancient. See Using FFmpeg from PHP scripts for examples of using the binary with PHP scripts (note that the FFmpeg Wiki applies only to FFmpeg and not any forks).
Jun
8
comment avconv assert error mpah.frame_size when trying to convert WAV to MP3 under 14.04
Thanks for the samples. I was only concerned about ffmpeg, not the buggy avconv, and I can confirm that it works fine in ffmpeg. As for avconv you'll have to either file a bug report upstream if you can reproduce it using their latest version, or if not, then file a bug report to Ubuntu. Or just use ffmpeg.