[FFmpeg-user] Adding metadata at the stream level for a multi-stream media file
william.caulfield at contentbridge.tv
Mon Jul 25 20:29:42 EEST 2016
On Mon, Jul 25, 2016 at 10:01 AM, Karl E. Fitzke <karl.fitzke at cornell.edu>
> Might the metadata "stick" if you used .mov format (wrapper) for the mp4
> instead of .mp4 extension in the command line? I'm no expert either, but I
> believe that could be helpful to try.
It would also work or "stick" in an MPEG2 Transport Stream. MXF, MOV and
MPG2TS are more robust wrappers than MP4.
> > > Suppose I have a media file composed by 1 video stream and 2 audio
> > > streams (both AAC).
> > > Is it possible to add metadata at the stream level, for each of the
> > > two audio?
> > It most certainly is. But maybe the answer is that it depends.
> > Apparently the file format plays a part in this.
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