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Old 24th July 2004, 16:42   #1  |  Link
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Any plan to support AAC encoding?

I think it should be a easy fix, just replacing besweet with CoreAAC.
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Heh, ever thought about what app did the final muxing?
Besides besweet is perfectly capable of producing AAC audio.
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i guess its something to look at when there is hardware playback available
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It might be kinda cool to have more tools to encode and mux Mpeg4 video and AAC audio streams together...

However, the generic container to put these two streams together in is .MP4

...It's the only sensible option
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I think MP4 container is the same as AVI. It sucks anyway. It's impossible to perfectly sync video with audio.
I'm only using MKV format now.
As for hardware, I would prefer HTPC. I have an Athlon XP with NForce 2 Soundstorm. Nevertheless, the new AC3Filter software realtime AC3 encoding is promising. Computer hardware is becoming cheaper and cheaper. A 2.8G P4 with Motherboard is only around $120 now (on sale at frys).
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Heh, ever thought about what app did the final muxing?
Besides besweet is perfectly capable of producing AAC audio.
AVIMUXGUI!!!
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I think MP4 container is the same as AVI. It sucks anyway. It's impossible to perfectly sync video with audio.
Well that's a bit of a sweeping statement!

If you're having sync problems it must down to the way you're generating your encodes

Mpeg4 video with AAC audio in an MP4 container compliment each other perfectly
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I think MP4 container is the same as AVI. It sucks anyway. It's impossible to perfectly sync video with audio.
if you are having sync issues with MP4 than there definitely must be a problem on the user side
to my knowledge there are no known sync problems occuring with MP4
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no sync problems with mp4 on my side too, if you muxed the file in the right way everything runs smooth over here.
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