[FFmpeg-user] Cat 2 mp4 files?

. peace at AleksandrSolzhenitsyn.net
Fri Dec 7 13:53:50 CET 2012

On 12/07/2012 07:09 AM, Reindl Harald wrote:
> Am 07.12.2012 12:25, schrieb .:
>> On 12/07/2012 04:42 AM, Tom Evans wrote:
>>> I thought I had made it crystal clear, but apparently not. Apart from
>>> not specifying the input with '-i', you still cannot see the
>>> difference between "concat:tg1.mp4\|tg2.mp4" and "concat: tg1.mp4\|
>>> tg2.mp4". One is correct, and identical to the example in the manual,
>>> and one is incorrect, and is what you have been trying, repeatedly.
>> I got it now. But being the numbskull that I am in your last example I
>> still included the quote marks concluding that, "well, Tom put them in
>> there so they must belong there". Well, they don't. So having removed
>> the quote marks
>> ffmpeg -i concat:tg1.mp4\|tg2.mp4 WOOF.mp4
> you are still to blind to see that the difference is the space
> after the : what you did not enter now!
> your first input was even "concat: tg1.mp4\| tg2.mp4\| WOOF.mp4"
> with a lot more wrong spaces
> ______________
>> still included the quote marks concluding that
> really: anywhere in the IT it's you put things in quotes to make
> clear what is data and what is documentation / comments
> if someone send you password: "mypass1234" he does the same to
> prevent from copy/paste whitespaces often happening while
> select with double-click a
For concat....

MP4Box works perfectly, easily....the first time.
So does Avidemux

I like playing with ffmpeg as it converts videos for my iPod. Beyond
that, I'll leave the hard and confusing stuff to you folks.

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