audioconcat

Concat multiple audio files into a unique one (uses ffmpeg)

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Tiny node.js module to concat multiple audio files using ffmpeg
audioconcat provides a programmatic interface to do basically the same as calling ffmpeg via CLI like:
ffmpeg -i "concat:audio1.mp3|audio2.mp3" -acodec copy out.mp3

Requirements

  • ffmpeg with additional compilation flags --enable-libmp3lame

You can download static builds of ffmpeg from here.
If you want to use audioconcat in Heroku, you could use the ffmpeg2 buildpack

Install

npm install audioconcat

Usage

var audioconcat = require('audioconcat')

var songs = [
  'beatles.mp3',
  'greenday.mp3',
  'u2.mp3'
]

audioconcat(songs)
  .concat('all.mp3')
  .on('start', function (command) {
    console.log('ffmpeg process started:', command)
  })
  .on('error', function (err, stdout, stderr) {
    console.error('Error:', err)
    console.error('ffmpeg stderr:', stderr)
  })
  .on('end', function (output) {
    console.error('Audio created in:', output)
  })

Take a look to the programmatic API for more details

API

audioconcat(images, options )

Return: audioconcat
audioconcat constructor. You should pass an array<string> with the desired audio files, and optionally passing the video render options object per each image.
Supported audio formats: mp3, acc, ogg (based on your ffmpeg compilation)

audioconcat#concat(output)

Concat files and generate the output audio to the given file path.

audioconcat#options(options)

Add custom options to ffmpeg

audioconcat.VERSION

Type: string
Current package semantic version

audioconcat.ffmpeg

Type: function
fluent-ffmpeg API constructor

License

MIT © Tomas Aparicio