[FFmpeg-user] channelsplit seems to mute one channel
Carl Eugen Hoyos
cehoyos at ag.or.at
Sat Apr 13 09:16:32 CEST 2013
Owen Jones <asorti6 <at> gmail.com> writes:
> I am trying to use the channelsplit filter to split
> a single stereo channel into two separate channels.
> However when I look at the resulting file in
> Quicktime (sorry don't know a better way to check
> this with ffprobe)
The best way to test is:
ffmpeg -i test.mov -map 0:0 out1.wav
ffmpeg -i test.mov -map 0:1 out2.wav
and test the resulting wav files.
> the second (right) channel appears as disabled.
The reason is that FFmpeg only marks the first
audio track as default. The reason is that
users typically don't like if all languages
are played simultaneously with QT;-)
(This was reported very often and only fixed
It is not impossible to fix, but could you
explain your use-case?
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