> > ffmpeg -i ...<your options here> -af atempo=0.96 <outfile>
> > (24/25 = 0.96)
> > Wow, I messed that one up completely. Incorporating Carl's suggestion as
> well of -vf setpts, the filter chain should look something like:
> ffmpeg -i <inputfile> -vf setpts=PTS*0.8 -af=atune=25/24 <codec options>
> <output file>
> or if -r works for you:
> ffmpeg -r 25 -i <inputfile> -af=atune=25/24 <codec options> <output file>
Hi, I have tested with the atempo filter and it certainly works! BTW I
think atune does not exist..:) Thanks for pointing me in the right
A drawback for me is the fact that this filter performs pitch correction.
Anyone know what algorithm is being used?
Anyway, this introduces artifacts and phase issues in multichannel audio
which are unacceptable in my case. I have further investigated and found a
filter chain that suits my need: asetrate, followed by aresample. To be
precise i have used
ffmpeg -r 25 -i input_24fps.mov -af asetrate=50000,aresample=48000 -c:v
prores -profile:v 3 -c:a pcm_s24le output_25fps_resampledaudio.mov
My only remaining problem, is that my original mov has 6 audio streams but
my process only processes and outputs the first.
How can I apply the same filter to all audio streams?
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