On Tue, 10 Apr 2018 15:08:44 +0200
Alessandro Selli <alessandrose...@linux.com> wrote:

> Maybe the issue lays on some codec you're using?

I thought that as well.  h.265 was not available, and I didn't
understand codecs enough to change that switch.  `avconv -codecs` is a
lot to go through.


> You could upgrade to Ascii, ffmpeg looks solid here.

That's good to hear, I'll upgrade in a little while.


> Could you please report a command line that crashes in your system in
> order to check if I was just lucky or there's some specific issue in
> ffmpeg?

I had played with this a few different ways, and I also tried a png and
an mp3.

\rm  --force  output.mp4
\avconv  \
  -loop 1 \
  -i "image.jpg" \
  -i "audio.ogg" \
  -shortest \
  -acodec copy \
  -c:v:1 libx264 \
  -profile:v high \
  -r 1 \
  output.mp4
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