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If the elementary stream is corrupted or broken, it's natural that the muxing applications will reject it.
BTW, how did you obtain the problematic .264 video --- did you encode it, or did you demux it from another file?
I am converting multiple VOB files like this:
ffmpeg -i VTS_01_4.vob -c:v libx264 -c:a aac -strict experimental VTS_01_4.mp4
Create a text file and include the paths and names of each file to concatenate (or "join"). Example file,
Now you can use concat
ffmpeg -f concat -i input.txt -codec copy output.mp4
ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -vf "yadif=0:-1:0, scale=trunc(iw/2)*2:trunc(ih/2)*2" -strict -2 output.mp4
So all i need to do is swap out the aac audio, any ideas on what I have done wrong?
why not convert them with mencoder which can load specific titles from a DVD or if for some unknown reason ffmpeg needs to be used use the 'contant-textfile-'trick directly with the vob files
(also the whole reencoding and after reencoding reencode again to deinterlace seems like a huge mistake if quality is of any concern,...)