[FFmpeg-user] Using ffmpeg to combine video and audio?

Kieran O Leary kieran.o.leary at gmail.com
Tue Sep 5 20:50:30 EEST 2017

ffmpeg -i videofile -i audiofile -c copy output.mkv

Instead of typing audiofile or videofile, just drag and drop your file into
the terminal and the path will appear.

If you get an error, copy paste the full terminal output into an email,
along with the command line used.

On 5 Sep 2017 6:25 pm, "Andrew Valenkov" <
manwithgoodtaste-at-yahoo.com at ffmpeg.org> wrote:

> Hello, everyone I guess. Never used such "mailing lists" before to
> communicate with a bunch of people at once.
> I am trying to become more computer-savvy, and learn all the digital
> multimedia trickery. I am also trying my best to preserve select YouTube
> videos in their original quality.
> The situation is such: I have a video file with no audio, and the original
> audio from that video, both in /Downloads folder. I have searched for the
> solution, and seem to have found the command for the Terminal. But the
> closest thing to success I got was "no such command found" or "no such file
> or directory found".
> I am a Mac El Capitan user, and have almost no Terminal experience. In
> other words, a n00b. And help that results in me succeeding is appreciated.
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