Anyone know how to combine an MP3 with a JPEG and get a valid MP4 video file using ffmpeg? My attempts at using stuff found through Google isn't working.
Trying to wean myself off of QuickTime Player 7 for this sort of thing, and or would be cool to be able to do it entirely on my phone in Termux.
@ckeen I'm trying to make a video with audio over a still image, so not really the same thing 😛
@ckeen Answer here, in case you're interested: https://functional.cafe/@minoru/102129291108738009
@tfb never done this but I wonder if you could convert the image to a video with imagemagick, then combine it with the audio with FFMpeg.
@TheFake_VIP Seems ffmpeg can to the still-to-video trick itself: https://functional.cafe/@minoru/102129291108738009
@tfb `fmpeg -f image2 -loop 1 -i still.jpg -i sound.mp3 -shortest video.mp4`
`-f image2` is a way to say "this input is an image". `-loop 1 -i still.jpg` turns "still.jpg" into an endless video stream.
`-i sound.mp3` tells ffmpeg what audio to use.
`-shortest` stops the encoding when the audio finishes. Without this, encoding will go on forever, since the video stream is infinite.
`video.mp4` is the output file.
@minoru Thanks for the explanation. It doesn't produce a file that anything (Mi Video nor VLC) will play though. I'm a bit suspicious of Termux's ffmpeg now ... I should retry on an Intel Linux box.
@minoru And it worked like a charm on Linux! Thanks!
Now to get ffmpeg installed on my Mac and I guess start reporting bugs to Termux.
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