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Dec
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comment ffmpeg - convert video to iDevice format, replace sound with normalized WAV file, while maintaining the original video quality?
Thanks a lot... the video plays smoothly, I can accept your suggestion on the comment as the answer.
Dec
18
comment ffmpeg - convert video to iDevice format, replace sound with normalized WAV file, while maintaining the original video quality?
@LordNeckbeard added the missing stuff, it shows ver 1.0, and there is also the metadata
Dec
16
comment ffmpeg - convert video to iDevice format, replace sound with normalized WAV file, while maintaining the original video quality?
@LordNeckbeard I've added the output, but removed the metadata
Dec
16
comment ffmpeg - convert video to iDevice format, replace sound with normalized WAV file, while maintaining the original video quality?
@LordNeckbeard I guess I can test several quality options and formats, to do the fastest conversion posible from MKV or MP4, while maintaining "approximately" the same quality.
Dec
16
comment ffmpeg - convert video to iDevice format, replace sound with normalized WAV file, while maintaining the original video quality?
@LordNeckbeard Normally I normalize the audio and play the video using iMediaPlayer on my iPod, but sometimes the video is laggy (MKV) or play muted (MP4), so I convert it to AVI because the convertion is rather fast, and -sameq give aceptable quality. I guess I could use other format suported by iMediaPlayer that can be converted fast by ffmpeg.
Nov
20
comment Certain audio tracks not rendering
I'm not familiar with Premiere, anyway, a couple of things comes to my mind: what happens exporting only the audio, it plays as expected? have you tried exporting the video with mono audio to see how it plays? are the system audio settings configured properly (number channels/volume per channel/ballance)?