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Video 2022 01 31 08 02 52 mp4
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By using the above command i want to cut the video from 00:00:03 to 00:00:08. But it is not cutting the video between those times instead of that it is cutting the video with first 11 seconds. can anyone help me how resolve this?
With the mp4 container it is possible to cut at a non-keyframe without re-encoding using an edit list. In other words, if the closest keyframe before 3s is at 0s then it will copy the video starting at 0s and use an edit list to tell the player to start playing 3 seconds in.
Also, the -t option specifies a duration, not an end time. The above command will encode 8s of video starting at 3s. To start at 3s and end at 8s use -t 5. If you are using a current version of ffmpeg you can also replace -t with -to in the above command to end at the specified time.
First, a video should be coded using ffvhuff encoder so that the video could be cut to exactly at the start and end time. Normally, with other commands given above, it may be possible that the video is not cut to the specific duration as not every frame is an intra coded frame.
I have used Record Screen in Stream to create several videos. Some are mp4 format and some are webm. Unfortunately, I cannot edit the webm files because that format is not supported by Photo or Movie Maker, our available editing apps. I have two questions:
I believe your Stream video will download as a .webm file type only when the Stream video hasn't finished 'rendering' or processing on page. Once this process has been completed, the video will download as an .mp4 format.
@Anonymouse I don't know about your reply if it is rendering or processing, but I noticed that for every video that I make any edit (trim, add a thumbnail, or rename) Stream then switches over to making it able to download as an MP4. Similar to the comment by @Jerry Xu Is that what the deal is? Make any edit to get it to download as an MP4. That is a dumb microsoft glitch. Most everybody I know wants it in the more compatable MP4 format.
Per my test, all the videos are created as webm files so I am not sure about your question one. And for your question 2, have a try to trim a part of that video like 2 seconds within microsoft stream and then try to download it again. This time it downloads in mp4 format. Reference: -stream-forum/download-original-video-as-an-mp4/m-p/1417619
You're right this is stupidly simple. I renamed my Stream on SharePoint web recording from .webm to .mp4, uploaded to a different video streaming platform and it worked. Makes me wonder why it just doesn't save the file as .mp4 to begin with...
Checking this again after your comment @Kerr, Cecile , I find that from the Stream UI, for a video I recorded in Teams, I can click the three dots by the "copy to" button, and download and for me the video does now download as mp4 041b061a72