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ffmpeg dont work corectly

Postby mrn » Sat Oct 13, 2018 3:28 pm

hi, i have a big probleme with ffmpeg wich not transcode flac and m4a.
i have ffmpeg v 4.0.2 and subsonic 6.1.3.
i realy dont understand.


thank's
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Re: ffmpeg dont work corectly

Postby LRanger » Sun Oct 14, 2018 12:19 am

Not much info to go on.

Are you running on Linux? Subsonic installs it's own transcoders - ffmpeg & lame (probably located in /var/subsonic/transcode). You could try renaming ffmpeg and then creating symbolic links to your system ffmpeg (ln -s /usr/bin/ffmpeg).
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Re: ffmpeg dont work corectly

Postby mrn » Sun Oct 14, 2018 11:36 am

hi, sorry about that. yes i'm running linux (freenas, based on freebsd). i have already created a symbolic link from /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg to /var/subsonic/transcode.

i have updated the version of ffmpeg and i have tryed to install libmp3lame and i've also created a symbolic link to lame in transcode folder.

thanks
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Re: ffmpeg dont work corectly

Postby mrn » Sun Oct 21, 2018 1:31 pm

ok , so after a long time of searching i finaly found how to transcode m4a and flac.

for flac :

if you have the flac and lam transcoders you can do :

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name : flac > mp3
source: flac
destination: mp3
step 1 : flac --silent --decode --stdout %s
step 2 : lame --silent -h -b %b -


if you want to do that with ffmpeg you can use ogg instead of mp3 for the streaming format:

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name : flac > ogg
source: flac
destination: ogg
step 1 : ffmpeg -i %s -map 0:0 -b:a %bk -v 0 -f ogg -
step 2 : "leav blank"


for m4a :

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name : m4a> ogg
source: m4a
destination: ogg
step 1 : ffmpeg -i %s -map 0:0 -b:a %bk -v 0 -f ogg -
step 2 : "leav blank"


for m4a and flac in same time:

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name : flac/m4a> ogg
source: flac m4a
destination: ogg
step 1 : ffmpeg -i %s -map 0:0 -b:a %bk -v 0 -f ogg -
step 2 : "leav blank"
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