[FFmpeg-user] Verifying lossless rewrapping/transcoding in one step?
Paul B Mahol
onemda at gmail.com
Mon Aug 5 17:25:49 EEST 2019
On Mon, Aug 5, 2019 at 4:16 PM Peter B. <pb at das-werkstatt.com> wrote:
> Dear Moritz,
> Thank you for your explanation!
> On 03/08/2019 14:07, Moritz Barsnick wrote:
> > I believe in using the right tools for the right tasks. If it can be
> > glued together with a script, why worry about modifying an existing
> > program to do the same?
> I completely agree, but... ;)
> One reason (for me) is that I haven't found a generic way to script this
> check for inhomogenous source material. I don't know how many A/V
> streams, in which configuration, etc. I know I can ffprobe, then parse,
> etc - but:
> The 2nd reason (also for me) is, that I've now written the same
> functionality in different scripts for slightly different use cases.
> And the 3rd reason (for me...) is:
> It's actually not-so-trivial to explain this validation-check approach
> when I do FFmpeg workshops (for commandline newbies, and people who
> don't know what a "diff" even is)
> > That said, regarding your request, I believe the showstopper is in the
> > concept: To re-calculate the checksum of the output, it needs to be
> > decoded again. That's not something ffmpeg can do within its binary, it
> > can't use the output and chain it as its own input.
> That's a very interesting insight!
> Thank you very much. I was sure there's a reason, but now I finally
> know. Thank you!
> > That's my take on it: Way too much effort for the gain.
> I'm thinking about how (under the given circumstances you've mentioned),
> this could still be made a bit "easier"...
> Would it be possible to, for example, modify the hash muxer to output a
> hash for each stream - in a way that one could easily parse that
> textfile and know which hash belongs to which stream?
> For example, instead of "CRC32=...." let's say:
Hash muxer does not work like that. Why would you need hash muxer for
You can use several maps to produce hash of more stream at once, each
output directed to separate file.
ffmpeg.exe -i fate-suite/mxf/C0023S01.mxf -vn -map 0:1 -f framecrc
first_audio_stream.framecrc -map 0:2 -f framecrc
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