[FFmpeg-user] about merging more than 1 videos

akash kulkarni kul.akash123 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 6 13:30:37 EEST 2017


"media_type": "video", "key_frame": 0, "pkt_pts": 1902000, "pkt_pts_ti
me": "38.040000", "pkt_dts": 1902000, "pkt_dts_time": "38.040000",
"best_effort_
timestamp": 1902000, "best_effort_timestamp_time": "38.040000",
"pkt_duration":
2000, "pkt_duration_time": "0.040000", "pkt_pos": "117923788", "pkt_size":
"8841
7", "width": 1920, "height": 1080, "pix_fmt": "yuv420p",
"sample_aspect_ratio":
"1:1", "pict_type": "B", "coded_picture_number": 951,
"display_picture_number":
0, "interlaced_frame": 1, "top_field_first": 1, "repeat_pict": 0


how do i get this kind of info about video means which command should i use
with ffprobe

On Thu, Jul 6, 2017 at 2:08 PM, Cley Faye <cleyfaye at gmail.com> wrote:

> 2017-07-06 10:27 GMT+02:00 akash kulkarni <kul.akash123 at gmail.com>:
>
> > Hello there,
> > i am using the ffmpeg -copy command and merging multiple files from text
> > file
> > without re-encoding but its giving me jerk at the joint point of two
> files.
> > How could i vanish that jerk.
>
>
> ‚ÄčThis depends on your source material (codec, settings of each files), how
> they were made/cut, and on the exact command line you're using with ffmpeg.
> Without any info, it's hard to tell.
>
> For reference, I can stitch together multiple video without hiccups and
> without doing much more than put their name in a file, use concat, and set
> codec to copy.
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