[libav-tools] avconv resets sound level to zero.

Benedict Breuer benedict.breuer at gmail.com
Mon Dec 22 10:25:10 CET 2014

If two programs are right, then this is the absolute truth and the third
one must be wrong.

I tried the PCM-video in KDEnlive and suddenly there it had sound! Thus, I
should rather discuss that on the totem and cinelerra lists.
Sorry for that, guys.

One more question:

I found out that ffmpeg has the -complex_filter astats that could have
detect that this is not a problem.
Does avconv has a similar option?



PS: @Torsten: kdenlive is really fantastic! Its navigation is much better
and I only had one crash, and I have the PCM-sound.

On Fri, Dec 19, 2014 at 8:36 AM, Benedict Breuer <benedict.breuer at gmail.com>

> On Fri, Dec 19, 2014 at 7:59 AM, Luca Barbato <lu_zero at gentoo.org> wrote:
>> On 18/12/14 23:19, Benedict Breuer wrote:
>> > Hi list,
>> >
>> > I'm currently trying to get deeper into video editing and cutting and
>> > trying to get my videos from the camera into cinelerra. All is very
>> > frustrating, because nothing works out of the box. Although I gained
>> some
>> > theoretical knowledge about formats, decoders, etc, I'm stuck with the
>> > practical part. OK, enough said, hope you can help me with this avconv
>> > problem or at least tell me if this is an av*-problem or I missed
>> something:
>> >
>> Can you please provide a small sample to check what's going on?
> I will try to extract a small sample and upload it somewhere.
> @Torsten: Thanks for that information, I will try KDEnlive. Cinelerra is
> not a must-use, she just looked good at first sight but I already noticed
> she is not perfect :-) For example, she was ignorant to stop playback
> although I pressed the stop button.
> Benedict
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