[FFmpeg-user] How to compress .MOV file compatible to Canon camera

Mark Filipak markfilipak.windows+ffmpeg at gmail.com
Thu Mar 12 03:21:44 EET 2020

On 03/11/2020 09:04 PM, Ulf Zibis wrote:
> Am 12.03.20 um 01:40 schrieb Ted Park:
>> This particular error is because it parsed as video_track_timescale = 
>> -map_metadata and output file named “0”.
> ... and how can I avoid this, or which argument should I pass to
> -video_track_timescale ?
>> Did you upload a working sample file already? I want to see how basic 
>> the camera expects the preview files to be...
> Here it is: https://cloud.disroot.org/s/fBeePRoA4JGZNMB
> (but wait 15 min., it's just uploading)
>>> (Unfortunately the lines I write are wrapped after 80 characters, even I
>>> use wider console. I guess this is due to the restriction to text format
>>> in the mailing list.)
>> I think 80 is a pretty standard width for terminals, is output from 
>> ffmpeg ugly with that setting?
> Yes, but Carl Eugen asked me for a wider terminal to have prettier
> outputs, but it diesn't help.

Thunderbird, for example, wraps text at 70 chars when sent. I believe 
the 70 chars cannot be changed. It's always seemed strange to me that 
TBird, the originator of sent text, does this rather than leaving the 
recipient's display to the recipient.

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