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dskumar gutti
Is there any possibility for Wowza multiple streams can be merge to one stream ?
on Nov 25, 2012 at 6:17:22 am

Hi all,

i am new to the wowza media server, i am trying to merge the multiple streams into one file,is there any possibility to achieve this by wowza please send your great suggestions it is appreciable.

Thanks in Advance


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Lou Logan
Re: Is there any possibility for Wowza multiple streams can be merge to one stream ?
on Nov 29, 2012 at 6:45:16 pm

The is the FFmpeg COW forum. Are you using ffmpeg? If yes, what command have you tried?


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dskumar gutti
Re: Is there any possibility for Wowza multiple streams can be merge to one stream ?
on Nov 30, 2012 at 10:57:51 am

Hi,


1) cut the actual stream file with the following command
e:\ffmpeg\bin\ffmpeg -ss 0:1:0 -i C:\VideoFiles\streamfile.flv -t 0:1:5 C:\VideoFiles\output.flv
here, 0:1:0 (hh:mm:ss) & same as for 0:1:5

repeat the same for all the streams
2) extract the audio streams form (n-1) streams using the following

e:\ffmpeg\bin\ffmpeg -i C:\VideoFiles\output.flv -vn -ar 44100 -ac 2 -ab 192 -f mp3 C:\VideoFiles\output.mp3
repeat for all the other streams

3) mix all outcomes into one audio file using the following
e:\ffmpeg\bin\ffmpeg -i C:\VideoFiles\out1.mp3 C:\VideoFiles\out2.mp3 C:\VideoFiles\MERGE_FILE.mp3

and combine the all output files in to one using the following command

4) append the final audio + video file using the following

e:\ffmpeg\bin\ffmpeg -i C:\VideoFiles\MERGE_FILE.mp4 -i C:\VideoFiles\MERGE_FILE.mp3 -ar 44100 C:\VideoFiles\finaloutput.mp4


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