If you have ffmpeg installed, see this article that basically says to create a file that has all of the names, or to use the following command
ffmpeg -i 'concat:input1|input2' -codec copy output
Concat Video Filter
ffmpeg -i opening.mkv -i episode.mkv -i ending.mkv \
-filter_complex '[0:0] [0:1] [1:0] [1:1] [2:0] [2:1] concat=n=...
An AVI file is just a container and can contain any codec, so if you want to encode to QuickTime and Media player, you need to:
ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -c:v libx264 -c:a libmp3lame -b:a 384K output.avi
and above means:
Use the h264 Codec which both QT and WPlayer can display nowadays
use 384 Kbps MP3 encoding for audio
don't touch anything else like frame ...
I ran into this same stuttering after remuxing to mkv and then playing the video on a Roku. Solved the issue by first fixing the avi with the mpeg4_unpack_bframes filter, then remuxing that as mkv.
Posting here as this is the top Search result when searching "avi to ...
I make similar videos for our corporate reception, interstate and overseas offices, events, conferences and presentations etc. The answer is to look outside the video file itself and focus on the application that is playing the file - you want the application to loop the video file playback.
An alternative approach that works on some devices is to embed the ...
Your audio is PCM, but you're trying to streamcopy to AAC, which won't work.
To extract the audio to WAV, use
ffmpeg -i DSCN5008.AVI -acodec copy -y a.wav
To transcode the audio to AAC, use
ffmpeg -i DSCN5008.AVI -acodec aac -y a.aac
Note that AAC isn't lossless. But FLAC is a lossless and compressed codec.
ffmpeg -i DSCN5008.AVI -acodec flac -y a.flac
Download virtualdub and try to open in it. Try select "direct stream copy" and save new file. AVI container very easy to fix.
If you using h264 codec inside, you can try to use my tool https://github.com/bookkojot/mp4fixer
The good old ffmpeg gives you the power ;)
ffmpeg -i input.avi -c:v libxvid output.avi
You can obviously fine tweak the command line with bitrate, audio in mp3 and so on.
ffmpeg -i input.avi -c:v libxvid -b:v 512k -c:a libmp3lame -qscale:a 4 output.avi
This is for a single bitrate use, where you use a constant bitrate for every frame.
Otherwise you ...
There is no reason to use old, obsolete AviSynth — “old-but-still-useful” are almost all programs, but why to complicate your life with old, unsupported versions of them?
Every script for AviSynth works well in the AviSynth+, so even if you know AviSynth, there is nothing to relearn. The opposite is not true, however.
Use AviSynth+ (pros: all, cons: none), ...
As a summary of the differences:
Outdated and no longer recommended for use
Only available in 32bit – not able to use 64bit plugins/filters
No multi-threading (unless you install AviSynth-MT, another fork, which is prone to errors and issues and no updates over last 4+ years)
Older and only supports 8bit video
Lacks support for some color spaces (...
I found a reference to this codec perhaps being used by the SIMI motion capture software; chances are it's uncompressed (if a high bit rate?) or lightly compressed AVI with additional data streams. Perhaps some stupid bitstream obfuscation... Less likely, but perhaps just a commodity codec like ASF/WMV in an AVI container?
Discussion of SIMI software found ...
In case anyone has the same issue in the future, I solved it by installing Cedocida codec: http://www.cithraidt.de/cedocida/index.html#download.
Using DirectShowSource() instead of AviSource() also works.
As of the date of your post, this was already a reported bug. You stated that you had this problem both in Windows and Ubuntu. For Windows at least there was a reported workaround:
For Chrome: Navigate to chrome://flags
Enable "Enable D3D11 Windows"
Chromium uses switches instead. It appears that the corresponding switch for Chromium is -d3d11See: https://...
Davinci Resolve does not support all common video file formats, unfortunately. It tends to emphasize the more professional codecs and those found in recent digital cameras.
You can view the full list of file formats supported in Resolve version 15 here:
From your post I am not sure why Resolve wont recognize your files...but you should transcode your footage anyways before ingesting into Resolve.
Even if you start with highly compressed source media, you should transcode to something less compressed, and that will put you in 4:2:2 at least vs working with 4:0:0. ProRes or DNxHD codec will give you files ...
I doubt Adobe Media Encoder is rewrapping the video stream.
To copy the data losslessly from a Type 1 to Type 2 DV-AVI or to MOV, use ffmpeg, a free command-line tool, like so
ffmpeg -i input.avi -c copy -map 0 -video_track_timescale 25 output.mov
When overwriting happens, usually old file is removed. So, new file size is around 0 bytes. Here nothing to rescue.
If you realized your mistake ASAP, in a few seconds, you can press RESET button. You will lost everything unsaved. Perhaps, even file system commit with new data, so old data will be here.
Otherwise, your file lost. You can try to recover ...
You could use something like the raspberry pi zero for this.
It costs £4 and has an HDMI Output that feeds into most TVs. Using https://osmc.tv/ (formerly raspbmc) you could loop a video file forever and have it boot automatically when it powers up