[FFmpeg-user] How can I strip cover art from a .m4a audio file without re-encoding
llee040 at sbcglobal.net
Sat Apr 16 14:18:58 EEST 2022
On Apr 16, 2022, at 2:56 AM, Ferdi Scholten <ferdi at sttc-nlp.nl> wrote:
> How can I strip cover art from a .m4a audio file without re-encoding?
> Use ffprobe to find out in which stream the cover art is stored.
> Then just copy all streams over to a new file exept the cover art stream. (using -map)
> Or use another tool, for example Ex-Falso with a GUI works on all platforms and also has a commandline tool named operon You can just do this:
> operon image-clear <file> [<files>]
Oh, I see. I had tried a GUI demuxer that didn’t distinguish the artwork stream from the audio stream. I forgot about ffprobe. Thanks!
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