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You have control over this. If you use the correct settings, you will work on the original file. When you setup a project you can define what Ingest Settings to use during import. Those settings can also be changed later. In your case you probably want to use Copy. If you drag and drop a video from the Media Browser panel to the Project panel the video will ...


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Please higher your -minrate, -maxrate, -bufsize and study its codec. Download the Better container for video codec and audio codec separately. encode the codec in these containers but follow these steps: 1. Download the audio and video separately. you can do this by adding -vn and -an on the output command line. -vn means 'no video' while -an means 'no audio'...


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The metadata from an input file in any ffmpeg operation is used to interpret and handle the media data in that file. That metadata is not naively copied over, wholesale or piecemeal*. FFmpeg will always generate new metadata based on the specific set of media data received when generating the output. Since the output of concat operation is one file, it will ...


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Generally, it’s a bad idea to store data on SD or micro SD cards for any substantial period of time. If you’re a hobbyist, traveling, and plan to transfer to a hard drive when you get home, that’s fine. But if you’re a traveling media specialist, you want to get your data off of SD/micro SD as soon as possible, for a number of reasons; Those cards are ...


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I strongly advice against microSD cards because they will get lost. They're just too tiny. There are external SSDs which weigh not much, 50g maybe 100g, I think this is not much weight. Of course you need a way to attach the drive to the camcorder or rig, adding a bit more weight. When filming hand-held, the additional weight and a different center of weight ...


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