[FFmpeg-user] Slicing a 4K video to images and then encoding them back using the same codec
Liran.Sharoni at sandisk.com
Wed Oct 21 22:08:59 CEST 2015
Forget what mediainfo I posted , I am a new user and I am asking for advice:
How can I re-encode a video after changing it while keeping it as identical as possible?
I guess I need help evaluating the parameters for " identical" so I am consulting with you guys :
I want to keep the timestamps , quality and the file-type
Is there anything else I am forgetting ?
From: ffmpeg-user [mailto:ffmpeg-user-bounces at ffmpeg.org] On Behalf Of Moritz Barsnick
Sent: Monday, October 19, 2015 12:40 PM
To: FFmpeg user discussions
Subject: Re: [FFmpeg-user] Slicing a 4K video to images and then encoding them back using the same codec
On Sun, Oct 18, 2015 at 11:46:34 +0000, Liran Sharoni wrote:
> I don’t have 2 files, I have only 1 movie , and thats it.
You do: You posted mediainfo info for two files (the input and the output), and I requested you provide that with ffmpeg.
> When I mean "nearly identical" I mean EVERYTHING = contaminate the
> video as little as possible ( besides the superimposed numbers)
That is a question of encoding quality settings, not solely of codec parameters.
> Instead of following the parameters Data-rate (constant\variable and
> quantity), Frame-rate(constant\variable and quantity) etc. I want a
> method to keep the previous encoding parameters of the video ( the
> original non-numbered one).
Data rate and frame rate are also encoding parameters.
Why do you want to keep as many parameters of the original video as possible?
> If a suggestion like Kieran would work with "-vcodec copy" I'd be a
> happy man , but this isn't the case , because I get an error ( for
> applying a filter)
Yes, that is a user error. You cannot change the contents of the video while copying, those are two totally different concepts. In other
words: Copying a video stream implies _not_ changing it at all.
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