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ffmpeg producing 0kb files
alexelisenko




msg:3951089
 6:59 pm on Jul 12, 2009 (gmt 0)

I am converting all my uploaded files to flv, but for some reason, i get 0kb .flv files.

here is my code:

// Make multiples function
function makeMultipleTwo ($value)
{
$sType = gettype($value/2);
if($sType == "integer")
{
return $value;
} else {
return ($value-1);
}
}

//coded filname
$flvcode = md5($filename);
$flvname = $flvcode.".flv";

// Set our source file
$srcFile = "/home/user/public_html/upload/".$newfilename;
$destFile = "/home/user/public_html/media_files/".$flvcode.".flv";
$ffmpegPath = "/usr/local/bin/ffmpeg";
$flvtool2Path = "/usr/bin/flvtool2";

// Create our FFMPEG-PHP class
$ffmpegObj = new ffmpeg_movie($srcFile);

// Save our needed variables
$srcWidth = makeMultipleTwo($ffmpegObj->getFrameWidth());
$srcHeight = makeMultipleTwo($ffmpegObj->getFrameHeight());
$srcFPS = $ffmpegObj->getFrameRate();
$srcAB = intval($ffmpegObj->getAudioBitRate()/1000);
$srcAR = $ffmpegObj->getAudioSampleRate();

// Call our convert using exec()
exec($ffmpegPath . " -i " . $srcFile . " -ar " . $srcAR . " -ab " . $srcAB . " -f flv -s " . $srcWidth . "x" . $srcHeight . " " . $destFile . " " . $flvtool2Path . " -U stdin " . $destFile);

Not sure what to do next?

 

Gibisan




msg:3951307
 5:52 am on Jul 13, 2009 (gmt 0)

It could be any number of things. First, run the exec command yourself from the console, you'll be able to see any error messages that ffmpeg produces during conversion.

alexelisenko




msg:3951545
 2:47 pm on Jul 13, 2009 (gmt 0)

I dont get any errors at all, just 0kb output files...

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