REPLACING mp3 MUSIC ON AN EXISTING MP3 FILE

REPLACING mp3 MUSIC ON AN EXISTING MP3 FILE

Postby PETERBIBBY » 03 Apr 2010, 22:28

hOW DO I DO THIS PLEASE

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Re: REPLACING mp3 MUSIC ON AN EXISTING MP3 FILE

Postby Team Cocoon » 04 Apr 2010, 10:27

1) Say hello first then we will see if we will help you as we are no dogs .
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Re: REPLACING mp3 MUSIC ON AN EXISTING MP3 FILE

Postby PETERBIBBY » 04 Apr 2010, 16:02

Ty

I have an avi file with some music as back ground

I can delee the music, but want to substitute it with downloaded church musicfrom and mp3. file

I then want to convert the avi file to mp3/4 for posting on utube

Hope this is clearer

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Re: REPLACING mp3 MUSIC ON AN EXISTING MP3 FILE

Postby Cocoon-Dev » 06 Apr 2010, 00:58

Hello,
it is possible in expert mode in one step with the maps command in ffmpeg.

1. Copy de video only.
2. Add the new mp3 file with the copy of your video.
3. Use only command line.
See below an example.

`-newaudio'
Add a new audio track to the output file. If you want to specify parameters, do so before -newaudio (-acodec, -ab, etc..). Mapping will be done automatically, if the number of output streams is equal to the number of input streams, else it will pick the first one that matches. You can override the mapping using -map as usual. Example:
ffmpeg -i file.mpg -vcodec copy -acodec ac3 -ab 384k test.mpg -acodec mp2 -ab 192k -newaudio

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