is there any command in ffmpeg i want to join 2 different .mp4 video Resolution / Video - x264 @ KBPS videos
clip 1.mp4 is x264 @ 4500 KBPS and Resolution - 1280 x 720
clip2.mp4 is Video - x264 @ 1400 KBPS and Resolution - 704 x 400
can we still join them in 1 clip
both clip quality should remain same but video dont go out of sync
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It's possible to do that but most players will choke at the resolution change. First make a text file with a list of files to be concatenated:
file 'clip1.mp4' file 'clip2.mp4'
ffmpeg.exe -y -safe 0 -f concat -i list.txt -c copy output.ts
Last edited by grabyea; 11th Oct 2021 at 06:43.
Does it really have to be "a single file"? Usually such stuff is done using playlists, e.g. m3u...
It's just a text file. It can have as little as name two videos (if in the same folder as the videos) or full paths to the two videos (if in a different folder than the videos).
video.m3u in same folder as the two videos:
video.m3u in a different folder: