[FFmpeg-user] Using ffmpeg to split a file

Frank Häfemeier ffmpeg at frank.haefemeier.eu
Sun Nov 25 02:40:08 CET 2012

Am Samstag, den 24.11.2012, 18:55 -0500 schrieb vsethi at iglou.com:
> I wrote:
> >> ffmpeg -i file.mpg -c:v copy -c:a copy -t 00:58:22 fileout.mpg
> >> ffmpeg -i file.mpg -codec copy -acodec copy -t 00:58:33 fileout.mpg
> >
> >> Whether as a result of this or not, although ffplay 
> >> plays the audio on the new file, no other software 
> >> that I've tried so far can do so so playback is silent.
> Carl Eugen wrote:
> > Sounds like ticket #1720 but this is difficult to guess 
> > without complete, uncut console output.
> Thanks for your reply.  What output do you need?  From ffmpeg during the
> truncation process?  Will ffprobe on the two files be sufficient?
Everything what is printed during the ffmpeg process running.


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