Monday, November 9, 2015

Removing audio from a video in command line

I recorded our presentation on Chef in Oracle open world with two sound devices, and I needed to replace the video's audio with other one, one easy way is to remove the audio from the video and then merge it with another video. all in command line !

Quick handy tip :

ffmpeg -i Chef-Weblogic-Final-2.mp4 -vcodec copy -an Chef-Weblogic_nosound.mp4
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