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Android has a special security feature: the /mnt/sdcard filesystem is execution-protected. You cannot run an executable that is located on the external storage (a.k.a. USB storage). If you want to run ffmpeg binary on your device, you must load it into one of the internal directories. For example, you can pack it into libs/armeabi of your Java project, so that the installer will automatically unpack it into the /data/data/<your package>/lib directory on the device. Or you can find another directory, like /data/local, where you can put the executable binary file with adb push

Thanks,I put it in the root and it worked!

same issue!! I am merging two videos which are at internal storage and storing the resulting video on the same location but it gives this-java.io.IOException: No such file or directory

@AkashDubey: to check if this is the same issue, run ffmpeg with no file parameters, e.g. fffmpeg -?. If you still get same java exception, it's it. If not, your problem is different, and has to do with the way you specify input or output file paths. In the latter case, feel free to open a separate question and disclose more details on how you attempt to run ffmpeg from your app.

@AlexCohn don't worry, I wasn't asking i was just telling that I was executing ffmpeg command before loading ffmpeg, that was the issue and now it is resolved

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The example video is for desktop java, where you can normally write files without specifying a path. However on Android you should always specify one - you can use internal storage or external storage. Here's the Android guide on how to write files to internal storage: http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/data/data-storage.html#filesInternal

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To copy files from internal memory to SD card and vice-versa using following piece of code:

public static void copyFile(File src, File dst) throws IOException
{
    FileChannel inChannel = new FileInputStream(src).getChannel();
    FileChannel outChannel = new FileOutputStream(dst).getChannel();
    try
    {
        inChannel.transferTo(0, inChannel.size(), outChannel);
    }
    finally
    {
        if (inChannel != null)
            inChannel.close();
        if (outChannel != null)
            outChannel.close();
    }
}

Make sure you have the following permissions if writing/reading external memory <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" /> <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />

Don't you have to close the results from new FileInputStream(src) and new FileOutputStream(dst) which don't even have a reference here?

Nope, closing of channel closes those streams

@barmaley: What about folder?? Instead of file. I have 3 folders and i want to cut-paste it to new location. But it shows an error at line FileChannel inChannel = new FileInputStream(src).getChannel(); saying filenotfound exception. though file exists. :( Any solution to this?

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For Move file best way is Renaming it's path with different path and name example:

File from = new File(Environment.getExternalStorage().getAbsolutePath()+"/kaic1/imagem.jpg");
File to = new File(Environment.getExternalStorage().getAbsolutePath()+"/kaic2/imagem.jpg");
from.renameTo(to);

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An alternative to the copying using your own function is to use Apache's library's class "FileUtils" , in the function called copyFile :

FileUtils.copyFile(src, dst, true);

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Internal and external memory is two different file systems. Therefore renameTo() fails.

You will have to copy the file and delete the original

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See below one to get file from android Assets and copy it to the specific sdcard location.

I will first check for the pdf file whether it is already available at desire path or not.

File file1 = new File("/sdcard/SampleProjectApp/WindsorONE_Mobile_Molding.pdf");
    File file2 = new File("/sdcard/SampleProjectApp/WindsorONE_Mobile_PK.pdf");
    File file3 = new File("/sdcard/SampleProjectApp/Alone.mp4");

    if(!((file1.exists())) || !((file2.exists())) || !((file3.exists()))) {
        ArrayList<String> files = new ArrayList<String>();
        files.add("WindsorONE_Mobile_Molding.pdf");         
        files.add("WindsorONE_Mobile_PK.pdf"); 
        files.add("Alone.mp4");
        new myAsyncTask().execute(files);
    }

Now, if the file is not present at that position then it will execute the myAsyncTask to copy file from assets to the SdCard.

// AsyncTass for the Progress Dialog and to do Background Process
private class myAsyncTask extends AsyncTask<ArrayList<String>, Void, Void> {         
    ArrayList<String> files;         
    ProgressDialog dialog;         
    @Override         
    protected void onPreExecute() {             
        dialog = ProgressDialog.show(ListSample.this, "W1 SALES (beta)", "Loading...");         
    }         
    @Override         
    protected Void doInBackground(ArrayList<String>... params) {              
        files = params[0];             
        for (int i = 0; i < files.size(); i++) {                 
            copyFileFromAssetsToSDCard(files.get(i));                
        }             return null;         
    }         
    @Override         
    protected void onPostExecute(Void result) {             
        dialog.dismiss();         
    }      
} 



 // Function to copy file from Assets to the SDCard
public void copyFileFromAssetsToSDCard(String fileFromAssets){
    AssetManager is = this.getAssets();
    InputStream fis;
    try {

        fis = is.open(fileFromAssets);
        FileOutputStream fos;
        if (!APP_FILE_PATH.exists()) {
            APP_FILE_PATH.mkdirs();
        }
        fos = new FileOutputStream(new File(Environment.getExternalStorageDirectory()+"/SampleProjectApp", fileFromAssets));
        byte[] b = new byte[8];
        int i;
        while ((i = fis.read(b)) != -1) {
            fos.write(b, 0, i);
        }
        fos.flush();
        fos.close();
        fis.close();
    } 
    catch (IOException e1) {
        e1.printStackTrace();
    }
}

with

Below code is copy file from one path to another path. You simply have to pass the path of the file where it is exist and the path where it has to be copy.

public static boolean copyFile(String from, String to) {
try {
    int bytesum = 0;
    int byteread = 0;
    File oldfile = new File(from);
    if (oldfile.exists()) {
        InputStream inStream = new FileInputStream(from);
        FileOutputStream fs = new FileOutputStream(to);
        byte[] buffer = new byte[1444];
        while ((byteread = inStream.read(buffer)) != -1) {
            bytesum += byteread;
            fs.write(buffer, 0, byteread);
        }
        inStream.close();
        fs.close();
    }
    return true;
} catch (Exception e) {
    return false;
}

Im trying to store the pdf file in sdcard/Android/data/com.project.projectname/cache im trying to store it in cache.

I have a question for the copyFileFromAssetsToSDCard function as i'm new to android. Is the AssetManager getting the files from your app's package res/raw or android Internal storage data/data/com.myproject.projectname/files/ Im having a FileNotFoundException:myfile.pdf for this method

@GerjoBronosa: My friend you have to put the file in assets folder. AssetManager will not get file from the res/raw.

OK. but my problem is about copying files saved in the internal storage(data/data/com.example.project/files/file.pdf) not writing files from my assets or raw.

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public boolean copyFile(File src, File dst) {
    boolean returnValue = true;

   FileChannel inChannel = null, outChannel = null;

    try {

        inChannel = new FileInputStream(src).getChannel();
        outChannel = new FileOutputStream(dst).getChannel();

   } catch (FileNotFoundException fnfe) {

        Log.d(logtag, "inChannel/outChannel FileNotFoundException");
        fnfe.printStackTrace();
        return false;
   }

   try {
       inChannel.transferTo(0, inChannel.size(), outChannel);

   } catch (IllegalArgumentException iae) {

         Log.d(logtag, "TransferTo IllegalArgumentException");
         iae.printStackTrace();
         returnValue = false;

   } catch (NonReadableChannelException nrce) {

         Log.d(logtag, "TransferTo NonReadableChannelException");
         nrce.printStackTrace();
         returnValue = false;

   } catch (NonWritableChannelException nwce) {

        Log.d(logtag, "TransferTo NonWritableChannelException");
        nwce.printStackTrace();
        returnValue = false;

   } catch (ClosedByInterruptException cie) {

        Log.d(logtag, "TransferTo ClosedByInterruptException");
        cie.printStackTrace();
        returnValue = false;

   } catch (AsynchronousCloseException ace) {

        Log.d(logtag, "TransferTo AsynchronousCloseException");
        ace.printStackTrace();
        returnValue = false;

   } catch (ClosedChannelException cce) {

        Log.d(logtag, "TransferTo ClosedChannelException");
        cce.printStackTrace(); 
        returnValue = false;

    } catch (IOException ioe) {

        Log.d(logtag, "TransferTo IOException");
        ioe.printStackTrace();
        returnValue = false;


    } finally {

         if (inChannel != null)

            try {

               inChannel.close();
           } catch (IOException e) {
               e.printStackTrace();
           }

        if (outChannel != null)
            try {
                outChannel.close();
           } catch (IOException e) {
                e.printStackTrace();
           }

        }

       return returnValue;
    }

Do you have any reasons or commentary for the changes? Why is this an improvement?

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Android has a special security feature: the /mnt/sdcard filesystem is execution-protected. You cannot run an executable that is located on the external storage (a.k.a. USB storage). If you want to run ffmpeg binary on your device, you must load it into one of the internal directories. For example, you can pack it into libs/armeabi of your Java project, so that the installer will automatically unpack it into the /data/data//lib directory on the device. Or you can find another directory, like /data/local, where you can put the executable binary file with adb push

Thanks,I put it in the root and it worked!

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FileChannel to copy files in internal storage of the app would be MODE_PRIVATE.

Welcome to Stack Overflow! This appears to be more of a question than an answer, if you want to ask a question please create a new question. (Also this is over a year old and already answered.)

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