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Last edited by windranger; 24th Jul 2020 at 05:18.
OK, I have this:
for %A in ("*.*") do ffmpeg -i "input\%~nA.*" -c:v libx264 -profile:v main -crf 16 -filter:v "crop=702:576:9:0,scale=768:576,setsar=1" -c:a aac -b:a 384k "output\%~nA.mp4"
And it spews out this error:
C:\Users\HP\Documents\xxx- miniDV\ffmpeg.*: Invalid argument
C:\Users\HP\Documents\xxx- miniDV\ffplay.*: Invalid argument
C:\Users\HP\Documents\xxx- miniDV\ffprobe.*: Invalid argument
C:\Users\HP\Documents\xxx- miniDV\ffmpeg: No such file or directory
C:\Users\HP\Documents\xxx- miniDV\ffplay: No such file or directory
C:\Users\HP\Documents\xxx- miniDV\ffprobe: No such file or directory
Last edited by SF01; 8th Dec 2021 at 10:24.
Blank spaces are dealt with by using "" in the paths.
I don't need another piece of software, if this one as working fine.
FFmpeg Butch AV converter is a great tool.
But I miss many functions which are good to work with in the console.
Especially the function SPLITT is missing in parts!
Split in time and size (MB) is available, but how can I split a directory with multiple videos e.g. into 6 parts???
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Also I miss the function to cut out a part of e.g. 1 minute from the video in the middle.
With TRIM I can only cut the beginning and end, but how can I cut exactly from the time at the beginning a part of e.g. 1 minute after?
Maybe someone can help.
Hi, the trim feature allows to cut from specific time markers, for example from 00:01:00 to 00:02:00 for every file on the list. You need to uncheck "Start/end" below.
The split feature cannot trim yet by specific numbre of chunks. I can't find a case in which this coul be useful, depending on source file size, output chunks will be of different sizes.
I need something big... I need to merge like 2 audios in just one, mono, but using batch and converting these in subdirectores
I have this to make conversion in subdirectores, using batch file:
@echo off & setlocal
FOR /r %%i in (*.ogg) do ffmpeg -i "%%~fi" "%%~dpni666.ogg"
I have this to merge two audios
ffmpeg -i "%%~fi" drums.ogg -i "%%~fi" guitar.ogg -filter_complex amix=inputs=2:duration=longest -ac 1 -ar 44100 -vol 1500 "%%~dpni666.ogg"
But when I use it with the previous command it doesn't work properly, I think it happens due to the subdirectores conversion. What can I do?
So you have audios?
And not using DAW?
Multiple directories could be problematic.
can someone please help me to make a batch script for following condition.
i have bunch of mkv files, some audio bitrate may be 640kbps some might have 128kbps. i want to create a batch script if audio bitrate is higher than 256kbps batch script will run.
for %%a in ("*.*") do ffmpeg -i "%%a" -c:v libx264 -preset slow -crf 20 -c:a libvo_aacenc -b:a 256k "newfiles\%%~na.mp4" pause
Hello everybody - I would like to ask please:
Using the MKVToolNix in the Global tag -> Global options there is a possibility to put on the Tag file line a special text xml file, which when muxed in the mkv video file it will appear in the MediaInfo program, General, as a new text line.
My question is: can this be done (and how) using the FFmped?
Last edited by Bigo2; 14th Jul 2022 at 03:34.