Edit lists is a feature, that allows you to edit videos without re-encoding. For example, you want to remove a scene, make your edit points which are written into the container file. A video player reads those instructions and just such parts of the video. However, not many players seem to support that feature, nor does Instagram, so simply don't use it. I ...
I found one solution in cropping the video, turning it into black and white and then putting this as an overlay on itself.
ffmpeg -y -i "input.ts" -filter_complex " crop=57:57:79:39 [cr];[cr] hue=s=0 [cr2];[cr2] overlay=79:39" -map "[cr2]" -vcodec h264_qsv -b:v 12300k output.ts
Typewriter effect on ffmpeg using an .ass file, I generated this gif using the following line:
ffmpeg -f lavfi -i color=size=640x480:rate=30:color=black -vf "subtitles=typewriter.ass" -t 8 ffmpeg_typewriter.gif
I used the Eagisub program to get the parameters used in karaoke !! I created two styles (style1 and style2) both with different fonts, ...
Although Mark has provided great answer, you don't need to train models from scratch, all Super-Resolution models that ffmpeg supports have pre-trained checkpoints:
all you need to do is to convert it to frozen graph (.pb) file and then use it in ffmpeg.
It might be overkill in your situation since the videos aren't actually different resolutions, frame rates and or codecs, but still :
As with another answer https://video.stackexchange.com/a/33521/32436 :
You could check out https://theophanemayaud.github.io/video-simili-duplicate-cleaner/ (macOS binaries available) It's open source, based on vidupe and QT :...