[FFmpeg-user] What is the best way to split a transport stream file?
soner2 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 25 01:30:31 CET 2016
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I have a .ts file (see attached sample.ts).
I want to split this video while I expect ALL other properties remain same
including pts time.
Here is what I try to achieve this:
ffmpeg -ss 0.000 -i sample.ts -y -c copy -t 3 splitted.ts
(Also see attached splitted.ts)
I expect the above command should only take first 3 seconds of the .ts file
and all other stuff to stay same. I've seen copyts and copytb options from
the documentation but I wan't able to use them.
However, here is the previous start time: 94678.950389 and here is the new
Actually, I need start time to be exactly same because I will be using the
splitted segment as a continuous segment in my HLS playlist file. While the
start times are so different it causes playback problems with the player.
So how do I do this?
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