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juan carlos rebate
How could I edit video without reconverting this video? For example, add a
watermark, or delete a frame and that the format and quality do not change.
The commands -c copy or -vcodec and -acodec copy does not have the desired
effect, although these commands supposedly are for that the result is that
the video has a higher bit rate, also when you use the copy commands you
can not use -maxrate and -minrate because it would not make sense.
 what should I do?
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Reindl Harald


Am 01.08.2018 um 17:35 schrieb juan carlos rebate:
> How could I edit video without reconverting this video? For example, add a
> watermark, or delete a frame and that the format and quality do not change.
> The commands -c copy or -vcodec and -acodec copy does not have the desired
> effect, although these commands supposedly are for that the result is that
> the video has a higher bit rate, also when you use the copy commands you
> can not use -maxrate and -minrate because it would not make sense.
>  what should I do?

you can't - and next time bother to write a subject to get your messages
not marked as spam
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Carl Eugen Hoyos-2
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2018-08-01 17:35 GMT+02:00, juan carlos rebate <[hidden email]>:
> How could I edit video without reconverting this video? For example,
> add a watermark

This is (generally) impossible and not related to FFmpeg.

Carl Eugen
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