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If you need constant bitrate (CBR) MP3 audio, you need to use the -b:a option instead of -qscale:a. Here you can specify the number of bits per second, for example -b:a 256k if you want 256 Kbit/s (25.6 KB/s) audio. Available options are: 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 160, 192, 224, 256, or 320 (add a k after each to get that rate). So to get the highest quality setting use -b:a 320k (but see note below).
B Who I Want 2 B mp3
If you have a folder and sub-folder full of wav's you want to convert, put below command in a file, save it in a .bat file in the root of the folder where you wan to convert, and then run the bat file
I have 2 mp3 files (a.mp3 and b.mp3) and I want to overlap them using ffmpeg. How to overlap them in such a way that a.mp3's volume is low and b.mp3 volume is high so that it appears that a.mp3 is running in background of b.mp3?
You can change the volume of audio streams using the volume filter. However, you will have to re-encode the audio when you use a filter. If you don't want to lose quality, you can always re-encode to an uncompressed format (using -c:a pcm_s16le, but then your file sizes will be larger. Alternatively, you can compress the file further and leave it in the mp3 format - but naturally the quality will be reduced...
Also, you'll probably want to play around with how loud you want each stream, but here is an example that takes your a.mp3 file and makes it 25% of it's original volume while leaving b.mp3's volume alone. In this example we are going the uncompressed audio route and going into a .wav container.
Long tones: play relaxed and non-metered long tones every day. Focus on your sound. Have a sound in mind that you want to emulate (from your teacher, a recording, a trombone performance you attended, etc...), and chase that sound, every day. I like to think of long tones as the most relaxing thing I do, all day, and I believe that your sound is the most important thing about you, as a musician. Without a beautiful core sound, it is difficult to do much else. I like to play my Remington series with a floated first note (only air to start the note, no tongue), and a relaxed glissando to the next note (then, breathe before the next two notes). I also play slow scales, using as little tongue as possible, while playing legato or glissed.
This is wonderful method. I want to trim a file having Duration: 1.22.17 bit rate : 47kbps size: 28.2 mb size : 29,597,696bytes, such that it becomes less than 16 mb file, How can I use your method. as a layperson I have this issue. thanks
Disable pattern matching, therefore the video will only contain the specifiedimage. You should use this option if you do not want to create sequences frommultiple images and your filenames may contain special pattern characters.
Override teletext packet PTS and DTS values with the timestamps calculatedfrom the PCR of the first program which the teletext stream is part of and isnot discarded. Default value is 1, set this option to 0 if you want yourteletext packet PTS and DTS values untouched.
Force the delay (expressed in centiseconds) after the last frame. Each frameends with a delay until the next frame. The default is -1, which is aspecial value to tell the muxer to re-use the previous delay. In case of aloop, you might want to customize this value to mark a pause for instance.
This example creates two hls variant streams. The first variant stream willcontain video stream of bitrate 1000k and audio stream of bitrate 64k and thesecond variant stream will contain video stream of bitrate 256k and audiostream of bitrate 32k. Here, two media playlist with file names out_0.m3u8 andout_1.m3u8 will be created. If you want something meaningful text instead of indexesin result names, you may specify names for each or some of the variantsas in the following example.
Note that if you want accurate splitting for a video file, you need tomake the input key frames correspond to the exact splitting timesexpected by the segmenter, or the segment muxer will start the newsegment with the key frame found next after the specified starttime.
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PowerPoint may also support additional file types if you install additional codecs on your PC. If you want to learn about finding codecs for your PC, read Are you having playback issues (in PowerPoint)?
Once you have a converted media file in a suitable format with the correct encoding, go back to the PowerPoint slide where you want to insert your video or audio file. On the Insert tab of the ribbon, click Audio or Video. (For complete details about inserting the media file, see Insert and play a video file from your computer or Add audio to your slides.)
B.BEAT Includes a digital mixer to handle 6 separate outputs, two inputs, a Headphone output for Click, return from Mixer and Backing tracks; with 4 handy potentiometers the musician can balance in real time what he wants to hear in headphones during the performance.
If you want to upload Mp3 backing tracks to B.Beat without using the computer, you can use the USB stick and very quickly transfer the files to the internal memory, or you can play them directly from the stick.
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