[FFmpeg-user] Concat error - No such filter '[0,0]'
nicolas.george at normalesup.org
Tue Nov 6 21:05:10 CET 2012
Le sextidi 16 brumaire, an CCXXI, Mike Kavanagh a écrit :
> 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?
Please copy-paste the exact command line and full console output. And I
insist: *exact*, copy-paste: your message hints at a simple typo somewhere,
but it is impossible to guess exactly where.
> 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
I do not understand your notation. The concat filter will concatenate all
three video together into a single stream and the all three audio together
into a single stream. That is what "n=3:v=1:a=1" means.
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