[FFmpeg-user] Filter Question

Michael Koch astroelectronic at t-online.de
Tue Jan 4 23:08:16 EET 2022

Am 04.01.2022 um 21:23 schrieb Michael Koch:
> Am 04.01.2022 um 21:12 schrieb Hanna Frangiyyeh:
>> Hi Guys;
>> I'm new to ffmpeg and I'm trying to figure out what is wrong with the 
>> below
>> filter.  It keep erroring out with the following error:
>> Unable to find a suitable output format for '[rgb_in][alpha_in][rgb_in]'
>> ffpmpeg -i "D:\TEMP\Source Files\720E\MLB21_INT_PLAYER_720.mov" -i
>> "D:\TEMP\Source Files\Audio\file_example_WAV_1MG.wav" -vf 
>> scale=1920:1080
>> -filter_complex 'split [rgb_in][alpha_in][rgb_in] lutrgb=a=minval
>> [rgb_out][alpha_in] format=rgba, split [T1], fifo,
>> lutrgb=r=maxval:g=maxval:b=maxval, [T2] overlay [rgb_out][T1] fifo,
>> lutrgb=r=minval:g=minval:b=minval [T2][alpha_out]' -map '[rgb_out]'
>> "D:\TEMP\Source Files\Done\MLB21_INT_PLAYER_720_ProRes422-1080_ST_F.MOV"
>> -map '[alpha_out]' "D:\TEMP\Source
>> Files\Done\MLB21_INT_PLAYER_720_ProRes422-1080_ST_M.MOV" -acodec copy 
>> -map
>> 0:0 -map 1:a:0 -y
> [rgb_in][alpha_in] are the two output lables of the split filter. 
> After that you must insert a comma.
> The next [rgb_in] is the input label of the lutrgb=a=minval filter.
> The lutrgb=a=minval filter has [rgb_out] as its output lable, after 
> that you must also insert a comma.

Sorry I meant semicolons, not commas. It's a complex filtergraph.


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