I am trying to use FFmpeg to insert an audio clip at every 60 seconds into an audio file. I also want to delay the original audio stream until the end of the inserted audio clip , so that the inserted audio doesn't overlap with the original audio.
I would prefer a solution that doesn't involve splitting the original file into 60 seconds videos and then combine then together , as it makes the following steps, that I have to do, many times more complex.
I think the
-ss flag could be used to set the timestamp of the inserted audio clip to 60 seconds after the end of the last segment. Then, I could use a delay filter to delay the original audio track until the end of the inserted audio clip.
However I am not sure how to create command. Mainly the part , where we apply this filter at every 60 seconds intervals.
Thanks for any help in advance!!