[FFmpeg-user] amix parameter 'inputs' out of range [1 - 1024]
yunpengguan at highviewsoftware.com
Mon Jan 6 13:03:28 EET 2020
On 1/6/2020 6:38 PM, Limin Wang wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 06, 2020 at 10:10:44AM +0000, Yunpeng Guan wrote:
>> Hello everyone:
>> I was adding tons of audio files to a video, my command looks like this:
>> ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -i 0.mp3 -i 1.mp3 ...... -i 1291.mp3 -filter_complex
>> "adelay=670[a0];adelay=2209[a1];adelay=3748[a2] ......
>> adelay=4011880[a1291];[a0][a1][a2] ......
>> [a1291]amix=inputs=1292,loudnorm[a]" -map 0:v -map "[a]" output-video.mp4
>> Then I get this error:
>> [amix @ 0x7ff7811a6940] Value 1292.000000 for parameter 'inputs' out of
>> range [1 - 1024]
>> Last message repeated 1 times
>> [amix @ 0x7ff7811a6940] Error setting option inputs to value 1292.
>> [Parsed_amix_1292 @ 0x7ff7811a6720] Error applying options to the filter.
>> [AVFilterGraph @ 0x7ff789229160] Error initializing filter 'amix' with
>> args 'inputs=1292'
>> Error initializing complex filters.
>> Numerical result out of range
>> Is this a limit of amix? What should I do to burn these audio files to
>> one video? Thanks.
> I submit a patch to remove the limit of max, you can try it.
Thank you! I will try it after reading the compile document.
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