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Justin Scott
01/31/2012 08:20 PM

Hi all, I am curious if anyone has hands-on experience with processing video that they might be willing to share?  I have a potential project which will need video transcoding services as well as "stitching" parts of videos together to form new videos.  From looking around I saw the ffmpeg library though it's not immediately clear if this will meet my needs.  I also see that Railo has a plugin which enables a CFVIDEO tag which may do what we're looking for.  Anyone have experience with either of these that they'd be willing to share? Thanks! -Justin

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Mack
02/02/2012 06:16 AM

I've used ffmpeg for transcoding and appending videos to one another so if you're requirements are to transcode and append then ffmpeg will work nicely in my experience. I think you can also insert one video into another by splitting the second video and appending the parts in the right order. -- Mack

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Steve Bryant
02/02/2012 11:09 AM

I just recently wrapped up the code for a ColdFusion library that wraps ffmpeg.exe to transcode videos to any formats needed and uses the "Video for Everybody" output for HTML that serves up video for, well, everybody. ;-) No docs yet, but if this looks like something that would be helpful I can work on some docs. https://github.com/sebtools/Video-Converter Nothing for stitching, though, sorry. Thanks, Steve ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Peter Donahue
02/02/2012 11:35 AM

Hello Steve and everyone, Bring on the docs please. Peter Donahue I just recently wrapped up the code for a ColdFusion library that wraps ffmpeg.exe to transcode videos to any formats needed and uses the "Video for Everybody" output for HTML that serves up video for, well, everybody. ;-) No docs yet, but if this looks like something that would be helpful I can work on some docs. https://github.com/sebtools/Video-Converter Nothing for stitching, though, sorry. Thanks, Steve ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Justin Scott
02/02/2012 12:38 PM

@Mack - Thanks for the confirmation, that lets me know it's possible which is a good start. @Steve - Interesting, I will take a look at that as soon as I can.  If it's just a wrapper for ffmpeg I can probably extend it to handle stitching if needed. @Ray - Thanks for the suggestion.  I had e-mailed their sales team around the same time I posted my original note here and they've since responded that their service doesn't do stitching, just conversion. -Justin

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Steve Bryant
02/02/2012 02:38 PM

Justin, I'll work on docs for my solution soon. In the meantime, you might also look at PandaStream if you are willing to use 3rd party pay-per-use libraries. http://www.pandastream.com/ Steve ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Steve Bryant
02/02/2012 03:52 PM

Peter, They are really basic at this point, but I figure some documentation is better than no documentation. If anyone has any questions, I'll amend the file or add documentation accordingly. Thanks, Steve ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Raymond Camden
02/02/2012 11:23 AM

Also take a look at Zencoder. Allows you to do all your video stuff via the cloud. They have a darn nice API too. http://www.raymondcamden.com/index.cfm/2011/4/26/Video-encoding-with-Zencoder ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----


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