[FFmpeg-user] Question about ffmpeg
Fedor van der Lee
f.vanderlee at leudal.nl
Wed Jan 21 11:53:50 CET 2015
Yeah, this solution seems to work perfectly, I can keep repeating the commandline in a batch and create a huge image.
Van: ffmpeg-user-bounces at ffmpeg.org [mailto:ffmpeg-user-bounces at ffmpeg.org] Namens Moritz Barsnick
Verzonden: woensdag 21 januari 2015 10:50
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Onderwerp: Re: [FFmpeg-user] Question about ffmpeg
On Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 03:42:36 -0500, Marcus Johnson wrote:
> Your question interested me, so I googled around and found that FFmpeg
> can in fact do this with Tile=1x2, although I'm having trouble getting
> FFmpeg to work with the file names properly.
The tile filter takes one input stream and overlays subsequents images.
Using it, you would do something like this:
$ ffmpeg -i in1.jpg -i in2.jpg -filter_complex "[0:v][1:v]concat,tile=1x2[tiled]" -map "[tiled]" tiled.jpg
I.e. concatenate two images as two streams into subsequent images in one stream, and then tile them.
(Sorry if this works with "-vf". I only managed with "-filter_complex.) (Sorry 2 if this has issues with images of changing size. I can't take all corner cases into account. ;-))
You can also use the overlay filter: Pad one image (stream) to double its size, and lay the other over the empty space.
$ ffmpeg -i in1.jpg -i in2.jpg -filter_complex "[0:v]pad=h=2*ih:w=iw:x=0:y=0[pad]; [pad][1:v]overlay=x=0:y=h[tiled]" -map "[tiled]" tiled2.jpg
(You need to solve some colorspace issues though, ffmpeg warns and the result looks shifted.)
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