[FFmpeg-user] Concat error - No such filter '[0,0]'

Mike Kavanagh mike.kavanagh at odx.uk.com
Tue Nov 6 18:48:29 CET 2012


I am trying to create a single video from a set (of three) video files -
each has a single video and audio stream.

I have looked at the ffmpeg documentation and it seems a good way to do this
is via filter_complex + concat - see section 31.5 :

Here is an ffmpeg command I am using based on the 'opening-episode-ending'
example quoted above:

ffmpeg -i HV_movieAV10000.mp4 -i HV_movieAV10001.mp4 -i HV_movieAV10002.mp4
-filter_complex '[0:0] [0:1] [1:0] [1:1] [2:0] [2:1] concat=n=3:v=1:a=1 [a]
[v] ' -map '[a]' -map '[v]' -report -y testfull.mp4

The error I get is: No such filter '[0,0]' - can anyone advise me?

Also, I am hoping this does not split up all the streams but creates a video
file the three separate AV files concatonated together (i.e. AV!-AV2-AV3)
rather than splitting them up into their six separate streams

Using  ffprobe  shows the audio is on the zeroth stream and video is on the
first stream.

Thanks for your help advice in advance.


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