[FFmpeg-user] ffmpeg video fade in fade out question
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Sat Aug 24 12:57:05 EEST 2019
On 24-08-2019 02:08 PM, Stuart Foster via ffmpeg-user wrote:
> I am trying to build a command line that performs the following (all
> values for example):
> Fast seek into the video sample 10 seconds, then slow seek for 5
> seconds giving a start point for my new clip at 15 seconds.
> I then wish to have the clip start with 2 seconds of black followed by
> a fade from black of 1 second.
> Similarly at the end of the clip I wish to fade to black for 1 second
> followed by 2 seconds of black.
> From the seek point I require my total clip duration to be 20 seconds.
> Assuming what I require is possible on a single pass what would be the
> correct values for t1 and t2 in the example give.
> From my experiments the values seem to be dependent on the seek and
> duration parameters but I have not been able determine the exact
> linux ffmpeg version git-2019-06-08-b6ca032
> Test.mp4 : Duration: 00:10:00.05, start: 0.000000, bitrate: 280 kb/s
> ffmpeg -ss 10.000 -i Test.mp4 -ss 5.000 -t 20.000 -filter_complex
> -y Test.avi
> Any suggestions ?
You could just do
ffmpeg -ss 15 -i test.mp4 -vf
-t 20 outfile
since when transcoding a stream, ffmpeg inserts a trim filter to get an
accurate seek when the seek point isn't a keyframe.
But if you want to use your original method, you can use
ffmpeg -ss 10 -i test.mp4 -vf
-af "atrim=5:25,asetpts=PTS-STARTPTS" outfile
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