Im trying to split up a 24h livestream into 1h pieces, and I got a couple of programs that let me do that. (MPEG Streamclip, Smart cutter)
After cutting the video up, all the 1h videos looks really good when watched in vlc or windows 10's "movies and tv" program. The problem is that only half the audio loads in premiere pro.
This happens to every single file. I've tried to rename the files to .mov or .mp4, but then Im not even able to import them and i get the error: "Unsuported format or damaged file".
I have no idea why this happens. Does someone have any solution to this? I am open for everything. Even using another program to split the files.
btw: When i use MPEG Streamclip, im not exporting the video, im using "save as", since every single "export" option gives me the error: "Can't read the frame size".
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Last edited by The_Sociopath; 26th Jan 2017 at 14:31. Reason: Added pictures
Why not load the original in ppro?
Going directly would save steps.
Have you tried demuxing first and loading the separate elementary streams in? Even if it doesn't work right off the bat, it will let you know the problem area.
YAMB, but when trying to split the 24h livestream I got the error: "Error detected..check the logfile for more infos.
The log filed said this:
[16.26.34] : Yamb 126.96.36.199 beta 2 started !!!
[16.26.34] : OS type detection...x64 (version 6.2, Build 9200 : )
[16.26.34] : MP4Box found... A:\Misk\Yamb\MP4Box.exe
[16.26.34] : EAC3to found...a:\misk\yamb\eac3to\eac3to.exe
[16.27.02] : [1280x720] Stream.mp4 loaded....
[16.28.09] : Split [1280x720] Stream.mp4 from 06:00:00.000 to 07:00:00.000...
[16.28.09] : Command Line used for the splitting : "A:\Misk\Yamb\MP4Box.exe" -splitx 21600:25200 "A:\Shadowplay\Streams\[1280x720] Stream.mp4"
[16.28.18] : Error opening file A:\Shadowplay\Streams\[1280x720] Stream.mp4: Out Of Memory
[16.28.18] : Splitting failed.
[16.28.18] : Total Time Elapsed... hours min secs
[16.30.33] : Yamb 188.8.131.52 beta 2 closed.
Have I missunderstood the whole "demuxing"? Or what am I supposed to do?
Demultiplexing creates one or more files each containing an individual stream (e.g. audio, video, or subtitles) from a multiplexed source file.
YAMB has not had a new release in 7 and a half years. You might have better luck with a different program. My MP4Box GUI is a somewhat newer MP4 multiplexer/demultiplexer.Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord, Snoopy329
Thanks for trying to help me. Do you have any alternative, or know how to fix this?
https://www.videohelp.com/software/My-MP4Box-GUI and not MP4Box itself. Many people find it easier to use a GUI for a command line program than to use the command line program itself.
When I posted, something went wrong with my link to MyMP4BoxGUI (a GUI for MP4Box). I fixed it, but perhaps not soon enough.Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord, Snoopy329
MyMP4BoxGUI on an MP4 file that I had downloaded from PBS and a TS file I created from the MP4. (MyMP4BoxGUI demultiplexes TS files too, so you could try MyMP4BoxGUI on some of your TS files.) Both files contained AVC/H264 video and AAC audio. (The file size was about 1GB and the playback time was about 54 minutes.) MyMP4BoxGUI successfully demultiplexed both of them.
Something is likely wrong with your MP4 file.Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord, Snoopy329
mpeg streamclip) worked. What I don't understand is what I do with it. From demuxing the .ts file i got a .264 file and a .aac file. I can import the .264 file into Premiere pro, but when importing the audio file i get the error: "The file has an unsupported compression type". Another problem is that the .264 file which contains the video, only lasts for 1:13:41, while the .ts file i demuxed lasted for atleast 3 hours.
Did i do anything wrong? Were I supposed to merge the two files back together?
Premiere Pro from opening the mp4.
I have never used Premiere Pro, but looking at the specs, AVC video and AAC audio are supported. ...but, it appears that both the video and the audio have problems because Premiere Pro only imports part of the video file, and the reported playback time of audio file is much longer than it should be.
If there is corrupt data in a video file, many editors will stop importing the video at that point. The audio file may have incorrect information in the headers. (A file's playback time is often read from the headers.) You may not have done anything wrong. These problems may exist because the livestream itself contained defects.
People who record TV broadcasts with PC TV tuners use VideoReDo TVSuite V5 or Cypheros TS-Doctor because they can import recordings even when the file contains a fair amount of corrupt data and other problems. (TV broadcasts often contain errors.) I suggested them in one of your other threads about this problem mp4 because of their ability to work with defective streams. I have VideoReDo TVSuite V5, and I know that it can import and export mp4 files. You said Cypheros TS-Doctor didn't work for you, but it is supposed to be able to import mp4 files. I don't have TS-Doctor, so I cannot say for sure.
Maybe somebody else has better ideas.Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord, Snoopy329
In the original 24h video, all the footage works, i can look through it fine, so why did the program remove all those frames? I really hope I did something wrong, and that I can use this program. Do you know how I can fix this?
Frame drops (which may be faked during playback), VFR that can't be decoded properly during import.
You may NOT be able to fix this...
However, if you feel comfortable with the way something plays back, you could:
Hook up HDMI out on one PC through to HDMI capture card in on another PC and then live capture your own playback. Which should then be a legit standard stream.
(if you don't have 2 PCs and need to cheat)
Playback in fullscreen while running a screenrecording app (but you'll need a beefier computer to handle the load).
The MediaInfo report doesn't say your MP4's video is variable frame rate, but I suspect that VideoReDo would be unable to correctly handle VFR video. To be fair, I haven't heard of any editor that does know what to do with VFR video.
If the video plays correctly, you could try Cornucopia's suggestion.Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord, Snoopy329