[FFmpeg-user] Extract audio stream from non interleaved AVI
lencho at vivaldi.net
Mon May 13 23:07:34 EEST 2019
Please refer to the link I sent in the question which presents
everything more clearly than in an email:
As for a sample file, how should I send it? They're heavy (like 800MiB
for a 7 seconds clip).
Following up a question on StackOverflow which explains the "problem" in
Short version: extracting audio from a non-interleaved AVI is slow, the
whole file (i.e. video stream) has to be read to get to the audio (I
assume this is what's happening).
On a properly interleaved AVI it's near instantaneous.
The question revolves around the fact that AviSynth can do it almost
immediately, even on non-interleaved files.
I'm curious to know if anyone has knowledge about this and if it would
be conceivable for FFmpeg to do it as quickly as AviSynth.
Of course I know non-interleaved AVI are not ideal but the fact is I
cannot do anything about my source of files.
Le 13/05/19 à 20:15, Carl Eugen Hoyos a écrit :
>> Am 13.05.2019 um 19:27 schrieb Lencho via ffmpeg-user <ffmpeg-user at ffmpeg.org>:
>> Short version: extracting audio from a non-interleaved AVI is slow, the whole file (i.e. video stream) has to be read to get to the audio (I assume this is what's happening).
>> On a properly interleaved AVI it's near instantaneous.
> Please provide the command line you tested together with the complete, uncut console output and a sample file.
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