To extract the audio stream from a video file using ffmpeg, open a terminal window and enter the following command: $ ffmpeg -i file.avi -vn -ab 256k -ar 48000 -y file.mp3 <enter> Note that the values 256 and 48000 in the above example can be changed per convenience.
To extract the opus audio from mkv file, open a terminal window and enter the following command: $ ffmpeg -i Attention.mkv -acodec copy -vn audio.opus <enter>
To find out the audio stream in the .mkv file using ffmpeg, open a terminal window and enter the following command: $ ffmpeg -i aaa.mkv <enter>
ffmpeg was replaced by libav on the new Ubuntu package list. It is similar, though. ffmpeg -> avconv ffplay -> avplay ffserver -> avserver You can still convert media files using avconv in place of ffmpeg. To install avconv, open a terminal window and type following commands:$ sudo apt-get install libav-tools <enter>
At times, we would like to extract the audio from an MP4 video file. To do this in Linux, open a terminal window in Ubuntu and use the utility called avconv as follows:$ avconv -i MyVideoFile.mp4 -vn -acodec copy MyAudioFile.aac <enter> where, MyVideoFile.mp4 is your mp4 video file. You can then listen to the MyAudioFile.aac … Continue reading Extract the audio from an MP4 video file using avconv
At times, video files are encoded in a webm format. The webm format was introduced sometime in 2010 enabling support to embed it within HTML 5 files. If you want to convert video from the webm format to mp4, you can use ffmpeg as follows: $ ffmpeg -i video.webm video.mp4
Use command below to add audio file to a video file using ffmpeg: $ ffmpeg -i file.avi -i all.mp3 -sameq filewithaudio.avi <enter>