FFmpeg concat filter works but it can not be used on remuxing (copy) streams. You'll have to re-encode.
Avanti only allows two input streams so with some tricks you could merge two vobs and recode them to something else. You need to use the -new option on the user command line like this...
-new -i "@source1" -i "@source2" -dvs -filter_complex "concat=v=0:a=0:v=1:a=1" -das -y "@destin1"
Probably a bit cryptic for the average Avanti user.
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Last edited by Chris K; 1st May 2013 at 12:30. Reason: typo
Avanti on an old Athlon 1.66 Ghz single core and the startup time there is somewhere between 5-10 seconds.
Your profile tells you're on XP SP2 is this still the case? Your machine (CPU speed) should be OK.
Avanti runs a copy of FFmpeg and if you point to a location on a slow device (e.g. memory stick) to find FFmpeg, this could slowdown the startup procedure.
If you have FFmpeg just in the default Avanti FFmpeg folder and run from a normal HDD location then I have no idea what's wrong.
At present my OS is Windows8, with a Quad Core CPU and 8 gigs RAM. It is normal for this program to load slow, eek.
Avanti a bit and see what that does. Paths are the big culprit for Avanti on Windows 7.
The new version will come (soon) stored in a predefined folder. I have stable results with that.
Is there any chromakey functionality in FFMpeg now or am I really just asking for too much at this point? I've been using the same build of FFMpeg for the last three years and recently upgraded it and Avanti so I really don't know what major changes have taken place, so if my questions seem retarded I apologize.
But there is so much more currently in libavfilter and the -filter_complex option. In Avanti you can do almost anything that FFmpeg offers with additions on the user command line but it requires a lot of research to find out how.