[FFmpeg-user] ffmpeg wav lossless to youtube mov?

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Fri May 24 01:35:46 EEST 2024

Am 24.05.24 um 00:31 schrieb Zathras Yes:
> Well, I am not ignorant, just stating the facts, especially about the
> online-converter.
> What you are writing contradicts with the facts here:
> It's not a matter of liking or not, it's a fact.
> *************************
> Now, I tell you what:
> 1. make a wav-files (16 Bit, 44.1 kHz) "sound.wav"
> 2. use the mentioned online converter from "sound.wav" to "upload.mov"
> 3. Upload this "upload.mov" to youtube.
> 4. Go to the youtube-link and download the file "download.mov"
> 5. extract the sound file out of "download.mov" --> "extracted.wav"
> 6. Compare the original file "sound.wav" with "extracted.wav" with its
> spectrogramms. (Audacity or Spectral Layers for instance)
> --> et voila the files are exactly the same!
> Now what?

now it's bullshit and not a valid MOV file

* AAC audio in MOV container
* Note: Audio files, like MP3, WAV, or PCM files,
   can’t be uploaded to create a YouTube video.
   You can use video editing software to convert
   your audio file to a video. Audio files can only
   be uploaded as extra languages for your video.

a f**ng WAV audio-track donÄrt belong into a MOV-CONTAINER

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