I don't know about working with JSON files, but there are 2 things you should be aware, when using ffmpeg: options come before input files, and the conversion is really picky about the minor details. It is important to keep them in mind because stuff that nobody will mention, like Screen Aspect Ratio, is critical to any conversion purpose, so setting something for output when it should be for input files will give the wrong result to you, so check them carefully and try them with ffplay (not mplayer, VLC etc) to get the most accurate result.
Thank you for the explanation about options on ffmpeg. I didn't know that it was very picky about that.
Did i do something wrong with my command? I don't believe i put the options in the wrong place, or?
April 09, 2020, 07:23:47 am - (Auto Merged - Double Posts are not allowed before 7 days.)
I wanted to give an update on the progress:
Naldrag managed to do the following:
I'm using GIMP to make an image file with no background at 640 x 448 and using it's text tool to make the subtitles and I'm using VEGAS 14.
Using the following encoding options:
The video file successfully displays the subtitles ingame!
But, sadly the audio is not working anymore.
He tried to
- create a new audio stream on top of it, since Vegas doesn't seem to be able to import the last audio stream?
- add a recorded audio stream of the ingame audio to the new video file
Sadly both of those didn't work.
Anybody got an idea what we could do to let the audio still work or experience with video files in a ps2 game that are split up between video and audio?