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(New page: == FFMPEG method == *For more information http://ffmpeg.org/trac/ffmpeg/wiki/How%20to%20concatenate%20%28join,%20merge%29%20media%20files Concat demuxer The concat demuxer was added to f...)
 
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*For more information http://ffmpeg.org/trac/ffmpeg/wiki/How%20to%20concatenate%20%28join,%20merge%29%20media%20files
 
*For more information http://ffmpeg.org/trac/ffmpeg/wiki/How%20to%20concatenate%20%28join,%20merge%29%20media%20files
  
Concat demuxer
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**Concat demuxer (We used that method on Gopro Hero3 black mp4 videos)
  
The concat demuxer was added to ffmpeg 1.1 . You can read about it in the [`http://ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg-formats.html#concat documentation}.
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The concat demuxer was added to ffmpeg 1.1 . You can read about it in the [[http://ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg-formats.html#concat documentation]].
Instructions
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Create a file "mylist.txt" with all the files you want to have concatenated in the following form ( Lines starting with a dash are ignored ) :
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Instructions
  
# this is a comment
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Create a file "mylist.txt" with all the files you want to have concatenated in the following form ( Lines starting with a dash are ignored ) :
file '/path/to/file1'
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file '/path/to/file2'
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file '/path/to/file3'
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Note that these can be either relative or absolute paths. Then you can encode your files with:
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# this is a comment
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file '/path/to/file1'
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file '/path/to/file2'
  
ffmpeg -f concat -i mylist.txt -c copy output
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Note that these can be either relative or absolute paths. Then you can encode your files with:
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ffmpeg -f concat -i mylist.txt -c copy output

Revision as of 16:27, 28 May 2013

FFMPEG method

    • Concat demuxer (We used that method on Gopro Hero3 black mp4 videos)
The concat demuxer was added to ffmpeg 1.1 . You can read about it in the [documentation].
Instructions
Create a file "mylist.txt" with all the files you want to have concatenated in the following form ( Lines starting with a dash are ignored ) :
# this is a comment
file '/path/to/file1'
file '/path/to/file2'
Note that these can be either relative or absolute paths. Then you can encode your files with:
ffmpeg -f concat -i mylist.txt -c copy output