[Ffmpeg-devel] audio + video stream merge

Michel Bardiaux mbardiaux
Mon Jan 22 17:24:04 CET 2007

chris.2.dobbs at bt.com wrote:
> Many thanks for the reply.

(1) Please dont top-post.

(2) Please fix your mailer so that there are quotation marks beside all 
the lines of the message you're replying to.

(3) As already mentionned, never ask 2 separate questions in the same 
post. Anyone looking for AMR in the archives will *not* find your message!

(4) As already mentionned, all this should have been on ffmpeg-user.

> -Chris
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ffmpeg-devel-bounces at mplayerhq.hu
> [mailto:ffmpeg-devel-bounces at mplayerhq.hu] On Behalf Of Michel Bardiaux
> Sent: 22 January 2007 11:00
> To: FFmpeg development discussions and patches
> Subject: Re: [Ffmpeg-devel] audio + video stream merge
> Chris Dobbs wrote:
>> I am trying to merge the following primitive autio/video streams into 
>> somesort of useable container format:
>> The audio stream is either in AMR, WAV, MP3 or raw PCM (I can choose 
>> which one I want to use) The video is either RAW .CIF (RGB or YUV) or 
>> H263.
>> Both have been captured to files and I now just need to merge them 
>> into a playable format like .AVI which conatins both audio and video
> together.
>> Can someone please help me drive the ffmpeg tool (seem to remember 
>> this can do such things) into transcoding the above into a usable 
>> merged format or is there a better way to acheive this?
>> I once used ffmpeg to convert formats but never to merge. Am I even on
>> the right path assuming I can do this with ffmpeg?
> Yes. What you want is -acodec copy -vcodec copy
>> Many thanks in advance,
>> -Chris Dobbs
>> PS/
>> I asked the group sometime ago if it was interested in a patch I 
>> developed to enable AMR (both NB and WB ) support in ffmpeg/ffplay but
>> got no answer - I still have this code and am more than happy to share
>> with group if anyone needs it.
> ffmpeg already supports AMR, read configure --help.

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