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    Hi, Actually I just included this feature to create quick videoclips from an audio track for YouTube. It is not particularily efficient unlike the choices below, it just creates a compatible h264 video file with original audio.

    You can do it on the "Stream multiplex" tab by following these steps:

    1. Add an image file to the file list, and then double-clilck on it so it is added it to the tracks lists.
    2. Right-click on the added video track and select "Use as still image for audio"
    3. Add an audio file and add it to the tracks lists too.
    4. Click on the Mux button and you are done.

    You can also use an existing video as image source, and one frame will be extracted and used as image automatically, following the same steps
    By default, the extracted frame used is the first one, using pre-input seeking on the Main tab you can choose when to extract such image frame.

    Cheers

    Originally Posted by LigH.de View Post
    Mr_Anderson ... (Agent Smith here)

    If you want to make e.g. a menu with audio or an intermission screen in a consumer format which requires specific authoring (DVD Video, Blu-ray): Don't make a video, they support one still frame with underlying music.

    But if you are sure you need it: guide video on YouTube with ffmpeg command line parameters (example below). How to apply those in this GUI, is a different topic...

    Code:
    ffmpeg -y -loop 1 -r 1 -i image.png -acodec copy -i audio.mp3 -shortest thisvid.mp4
    Basic idea: Loop the image infinitely, and cut the loop at the duration of the (shorter, because finite) audio track. Well, I guess a more usual frame rate is advisable...
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    New version 1.5

    Changelog:
    • Latest april 2018 ffmpeg zeranoe static builds included.
    • New buttons to backup and restore presets and several configurations.
    • Fixed bug with total list duration longer than 24 hours.
    • Fixed error closing waveform window.
    • File info now better displayed.
    • Redesigned installer:
    • Licensing info included.
    • Now executable is always upgraded as expected.
    • Installer will not overwrite existing presets from this version on. (But not for previous versions, you can still find it at %appdata%\FFBatch\ff_batch.txt)
    • Minor interface changes

    FFmpeg Batch Converter 1.5 x86
    FFmpeg Batch Converter 1.5 x64
    --
    FFmpeg Batch Converter 1.5 Portable x86
    FFmpeg Batch Converter 1.5 Portable x64

    If you see a Windows Smartscreen warning, just click on more info and select "Run anyway".
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  3. Hello, can your program accept an http m3u8 link as the source? eg: http://myserver.com/video.m3u8
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    Originally Posted by matrixebiz View Post
    Hello, can your program accept an http m3u8 link as the source? eg: http://myserver.com/video.m3u8
    Hi, not supported for the moment.
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    m3u8 is a (HLS) playlist (UTF-8 encoded text file), should be possible to grab with a command like:

    Code:
    ffmpeg -i "http://domain.com/file.m3u8" -c:v copy -c:a copy file.mp4
    I'm experimenting with an implementation of this in FFQueue
    I'm the developer behind FFQueue. My posts might reflect this! ;-)
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    Great, if you can provide an online example I could look into it.
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    It was not a suggestion, just a fact. You can find online examples that provides links to m3u8 playlists. I have done a bit of testing back and fourth, and found that this command will grab 20 seconds of a blender movie from a m3u8 playlist:

    Code:
    ffmpeg -i "https://bitdash-a.akamaihd.net/content/sintel/hls/playlist.m3u8" -bsf:a aac_adtstoasc -c:v copy -c:a copy -t 20.0 out.mp4
    Be aware that ffmpeg (at least on Linux, dunno bout Windoze) will be unresponsive for some time before the process starts. Good luck, m8!
    I'm the developer behind FFQueue. My posts might reflect this! ;-)
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    I tried myself and could see how it works, thanks for the example.

    If ffmpeg supports m3u8, knowing the required parameters it would be easy to implement a batch m3u8 capture feature.
    I'm releasing an update in the next days, but for the next release I will see to include it for sure.
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    New version 1.5.2:

    Changelog:

    - Redesigned file adding operation, now much faster, with progress info, and it can be cancelled. Thousands of files now can now be added trouble-free, no slowing down or freezing/runtime errors.
    - Hidden files are ignored and errors accessing folders are addressed.
    - New refresh list button.
    - New renaming output field.
    - Possible overwriting avoided when added multiple folders to single output folder.
    - Added navigation buttons for multimedia file information.
    - Minor interface redesign.
    - Shortcut added to Sendto menu.

    FFmpeg Batch
    FFmpeg Batch (64 bits)
    FFmpeg Batch Portable
    FFmpeg Batch Portable (64 bits)

    https://sourceforge.net/projects/ffmpeg-batch

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    I'm working on a new M3U capture tab, I hope to have a beta working soon.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjVjjO8q3tM

    Originally Posted by TorBru View Post
    It was not a suggestion, just a fact. You can find online examples that provides links to m3u8 playlists. I have done a bit of testing back and fourth, and found that this command will grab 20 seconds of a blender movie from a m3u8 playlist:

    Code:
    ffmpeg -i "https://bitdash-a.akamaihd.net/content/sintel/hls/playlist.m3u8" -bsf:a aac_adtstoasc -c:v copy -c:a copy -t 20.0 out.mp4
    Be aware that ffmpeg (at least on Linux, dunno bout Windoze) will be unresponsive for some time before the process starts. Good luck, m8!
    Last edited by Eibol; 22nd May 2018 at 09:41. Reason: better link
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  11. Hi Eibol, will your program be able to accept live continuous streaming m3u8 files? or is this only a one time ts file downloader of what is currently in the m3u8 then stops?
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  12. Originally Posted by Eibol View Post
    "The version of this file is not compatible with the version of Windows being used."

    I am using Windows 7 Professional 32-bit.
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    I hope it will support any kind of m3u8 url, to be saved as mp4 o mkv. The point is that streamings have no specified duration, so I'm still trying to find a way to close gracefully an ffmpeg background process, so I don't have to show an external window, o kill the ffmpeg process resulting in a truncated file.

    I'm still in early stages of understanding m3u8 urls.

    Originally Posted by matrixebiz View Post
    Hi Eibol, will your program be able to accept live continuous streaming m3u8 files? or is this only a one time ts file downloader of what
    is currently in the m3u8 then stops?
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    Hi, thanks for the input, the program is fine but I think I used a 7-zip 64 bits installer. I will fix it soon.
    Remember that you need Windows 7 with Service Pack 1 installed.

    If you install 7-zip 32 bits you can decompress the .exe file to any folder and run it for sure.
    https://www.7-zip.org/download.html

    You may also need the .net framework in case it is not installed on your computer. Remember that you need Windows 7 with Service Pack 1 installed.

    https://www.microsoft.com/en-US/download/details.aspx?id=53344


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    Originally Posted by Eibol View Post
    "The version of this file is not compatible with the version of Windows being used."

    I am using Windows 7 Professional 32-bit.
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    Originally Posted by Eibol View Post
    The point is that streamings have no specified duration, so I'm still trying to find a way to close gracefully an ffmpeg background process, so I don't have to show an external window, o kill the ffmpeg process resulting in a truncated file.
    Done by sending a "q" to the process' stdin, FFmpeg will write nescessary headers to create a valid file - FFQueue has done this since first release
    I'm the developer behind FFQueue. My posts might reflect this! ;-)
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    Fixed 32 bits portable version mismatch.
    FFmpeg Batch Portable 1.5.2 x86
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    You clever boy, thanks for the "input"

    Originally Posted by TorBru View Post
    Originally Posted by Eibol View Post
    The point is that streamings have no specified duration, so I'm still trying to find a way to close gracefully an ffmpeg background process, so I don't have to show an external window, o kill the ffmpeg process resulting in a truncated file.
    Done by sending a "q" to the process' stdin, FFmpeg will write nescessary headers to create a valid file - FFQueue has done this since first release
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    New version 1.5.3:

    Changelog:

    M3u8
    - Added basic support for M3u8 links batch processing.
    - Streaming m3u8 links supported (listed as infinite duration).
    - M3u8 streams information button.
    - Output to mp4/mkv or rtp/rtsp.
    - M3u8 links are considered down if there is no response within 10 seconds.

    Other:

    - Batch subtitling will guess subtitles encoding, and allow to convert to utf-8 for non-english languages.
    - Format field can be left blank so source file extension is used instead.
    - Queue abortion will close processes gracefully at any time, to avoid truncated files.

    FFmpeg Batch 1.5.3
    FFmpeg Batch 1.5.3 (64 bits)
    FFmpeg Batch 1.5.3 Portable
    FFmpeg Batch 1.5.3 Portable (64 bits)

    https://sourceforge.net/projects/ffmpeg-batch
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  19. Hi!
    great tool and thanks for your work!

    Question: How is it possible to insert a watermark (png or jpg) into a batch of videos?
    A simple comand to convert is f.e.: ffmpeg -i inputvideo.mp4 -i watermark.png -filter_complex "overlay=main_w-overlay_w-0:0" -codec:a copy outputvideo.mp4

    May be somebody can help.
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    Ho, I think you could achieve it with Ffmpeg Batch using something like this on the parameters field:

    Code:
    -i "C:\Users\Abel\Pictures\Iconos\overlay.png" -filter_complex "overlay=main_w-overlay_w-0:0" -c:v libx264 -crf 20 -preset veryfast -c:a copy
    (File output will be obtained from source file).

    A couple of things:
    - The video needs to be re-encoded, so -crf 20 is good quality, but it will take some time depending on files duration.
    - For some reason the first video will be processed twice, the parameters field is not expecting an additional input. The rest of the batch processing should be fine,

    I hope you make it work.

    Originally Posted by NSFH View Post
    Hi!
    great tool and thanks for your work!

    Question: How is it possible to insert a watermark (png or jpg) into a batch of videos?
    A simple comand to convert is f.e.: ffmpeg -i inputvideo.mp4 -i watermark.png -filter_complex "overlay=main_w-overlay_w-0:0" -codec:a copy outputvideo.mp4

    May be somebody can help.
    Regards
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  21. Hi Eibol,
    Thanks for an excellent conversion tool! It works like a charm.
    Any plans from converting aax to mp3 in the works?
    I've used another tool that's available, but it doesn't work.

    Also, is M3U8 to download from where, specifically?

    Again thank you!
    gothicus
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    Hi,
    I've been checking about aax files, they are supported but they require some "activation bytes" prior to any conversion. If you already have those bytes you can add on pre-input field the parameter
    Code:
    -activation_bytes [your_activation_bytes]
    Obtainint those bytes is beyond this ffmpeg gui. This url may help you: https://wphelp365.com/blog/ultimate-guide-downloading-converting-aax-mp3

    Originally Posted by gothicreader View Post
    Hi Eibol,
    Thanks for an excellent conversion tool! It works like a charm.
    Any plans from converting aax to mp3 in the works?
    I've used another tool that's available, but it doesn't work.

    Also, is M3U8 to download from where, specifically?

    Again thank you!
    gothicus
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    New version 1.5.4.

    - M3u8 improvements:
    - More realiable URL validation.
    - Now all M3u8 urls can be processed at once, and any of them cancelled at any time.
    - Multiple url processing shows individual and total progress information (for fixed duration urls).
    - Automatic shutdown available after m3u8 url processing.

    - General:
    - Minor improvements and bugfixes

    FFmpeg Batch 1.5.4
    FFmpeg Batch 1.5.4 (64 bits)
    FFmpeg Batch 1.5.4 Portable
    FFmpeg Batch 1.5.4 Portable (64 bits)

    https://sourceforge.net/projects/ffmpeg-batch
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  24. Hi,

    Thanks for a great software.

    How do you load a DVD or Blu-ray in FFmpeg Batch so to copy Blu-ray m2ts to mp4 and convert DVD to mkv ?

    Thank you.
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    Hi, for the moment that feature is not available.
    I think the free beta of MakeMKV is what you need.
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    hi, i tried to run 2 pass encoding but not successful
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    Hi, 2 pass encoding requires to execute ffmpeg twice for the same input, that's why it is not supported, I take note for future versions.
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