[FFmpeg-user] triming an audio wavfile
jeffares.robert at gmail.com
Sun Jun 13 08:53:33 EEST 2021
assuming the wav file plays ok the following works here
HEADNUM=how far from the *START* of the file you want to start in seconds
TAILNUM=how far from the *START* of the file you want to end in seconds.
you may have 0 and 60
ffmpeg -hide_banner -loglevel error -i $SOURCE -ss $HEADNUM -to
If this does not work you may have a wav file that is carrying data in
chunks at one or other end.
or is a wav container which has something ffmpeg won't play with.
suggests you need to find a converter to make the g729 into something
On 25/05/21 8:18 am, pink panther wrote:
> I have a 325kb audio wave file recorded in g729. I am trying to trim it to
> 1 minute. I have tried almost every command I see from guys using ffmpeg
> and none seem to work.Can someone assist?
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