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Old 7th June 2005, 15:41   #41  |  Link
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Can anyone confirmed that 2 videos and more into a mp4 file muxed with mp4box last compile crashes during the playback with Osmo4 ?

btw it seems to play fine with mpc...





/me goes back to Yamb dev right now...
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Osmo4(CVS)@Linux don't crash here with a Mpeg 4 Systems presentation with two video stream or with an ISO Media File with two video stream.A Mpeg 4 Systems presentation make more sense if more then one video stream is used.
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Old 9th June 2005, 15:41   #43  |  Link
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Code:
08/06/05: 
	- updated configure for opengl disabling and fixed-point configuration
  - misc fixes in ffmpeg decoder and MP4Box ISMA for amorphic video (PAR!=1:1)
  - misc updates in MP4Box meta handling for item extraction.
  - fixed MPEG-2 aac importing and info dumping
  - fixed 3GPP text display bug when stoping and changing an animationStream using a 3GPP text object.
  - fixed AVC/H264 HP parsing
  - added BIFS track visual size info at BT/XMT encoding stage
  - MOVED FFMPEG INCLUDE FILES TO LATEST CVS VERSION to support AVC/H264 HP decoding
	- added meta self reference item for dual-headed files
	- commit MPEG-4 LATM Audio hinting patch and added rtp aggregation. RTP reassembler NOT UPDATED YET
	- fixed bugs in TeXML parser
	- fixed bt/xmt to MP4 encoding for IOD with single BIFS ESD.URLString set
	- fixed SVG outline handling and SVG/SMIL anim on appearance/geometry
	- fixed svg_loader compilation on winCE (ARM binaries and include to follow in next release of gpac_extra_libs)
	- commit of SVG fixed-point version
	- Fixed MP4Box spliter crash introduced by MetaBox support.
	- Merged MP21 and MP4 handling, added meta support in MP4Box (creation/extraction - cf MP4Box -h meta)

	FROM THIS DAY ON, ALL WORK ADDED TO GPAC IS COPYLEFT ENST
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Old 9th June 2005, 16:01   #44  |  Link
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New MP4Box.exe Compile

It looks as though Celtic Druid has generated a new MP4Box.exe compile for us all.....

MP4Box.7z 09/06/2005 15.56.06 326K


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Old 9th June 2005, 16:08   #45  |  Link
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This is all very nice. Anyone knows where I can get the latest source code for Linux? I want to start using this pwnage software on Linux
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Osmo4(CVS)@Linux don't crash here with a Mpeg 4 Systems presentation with two video stream or with an ISO Media File with two video stream.A Mpeg 4 Systems presentation make more sense if more then one video stream is used.
10x...I updated the GPAC framework and it works great now.
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Sounds good Kurt.......

A few days ago, I also sent a message to Jean Le Feuvre, informing him of this very thread, here on Doom9...
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Comment Sent: 2005-06-04 13:57

Hi jeanlf,

Just thought I would let you know that we have started
an "GPAC MP4Box Information and Discussions"
thread over on the Doom9 forum. Which can be found
here: -

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=94874

If you have any time to spare we would be happy to
welcome your presence and any comments you can
offer.

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Good job, and already some interesting discussions. Hope I'll
have time to post there - once I get back in sync with all my
late gpac mails...

Oh, and keep spreading the news

jean.
So it looks like we might be gaining a new forum member
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Celtic_Druid has generated a new MP4Box. exe compile: -

MP4Box.exe 11/06/2005 4.56.14 327K


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It seems there are some changes according to the changelog :

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14/06/05:
- Preparing 0.3.0 release
- fixed bug in SDP playback without RTSP session attached (live casts)
- added language and delay selection at import time (cf MP4Box -h import)
- made -lang able to change all tracks languages by default !erase language specified at import time!

btw, Many thanks to Bond for the request.
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I noticed from one of Bobololo's posts that MP4Box has the ability to display an encodes bit-rate: -



Is implementation available in YAMB, or have I missed something (again)?


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Hi SMD,

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Is implementation available in YAMB, or have I missed something (again)?
It should works in "Extract tab"...
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It should works in "Extract tab"...
It does not appear to




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Indeed...I'll add it.

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Indeed...I'll add it.
Cool

Given the .MP4 container is becoming much more popular, I wonder whether it's time to start discussing tools that can provide more detailed information abut the encoded stream(s). Such as: B, I, P, S frames, aspect ratio signalling etc.

Admittedly, it's possible to de-muxed Mpeg4 SP/ASP .AVI streams and run them thru' MPEG Modifier to obtain very detailed information about the video stream (putting Open DML and/or 2/4GB issues to one side). But there does not appear to be any such option for Mpeg4 AVC streams!

Then there's the question about adjusting the PAR/DAR signalling of both Mpeg4 SP/ASP and AVC streams within the .MP4 container.


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I'm just ignoring mp4box and all other half-baked mp4 tools until they can mux h264 and acc together. Until then the vdub/x264/vbr-mp3 regime will continue uncontested.
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I'm just ignoring mp4box and all other half-baked mp4 tools until they can mux h264 and acc together.
Huh? mp4box has done that for some months now
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I'm just ignoring mp4box and all other half-baked mp4 tools until they can mux h264 and acc together. Until then the vdub/x264/vbr-mp3 regime will continue uncontested.
Trust me, MP4Box isn't buggy like mp4UI. In fact, don't be surprised if MP4Box muxes MPEG-4 video and MPEG-4 audio better than VirtualDub does. I was thinking exactly like you at first, since mp4UI was buggy, and mp4creator generated buggy mp4 files as well (haven't tried mp4creator lately, but a couple of months back, it was buggy too), but take my word on it: MP4Box knows what it's doing.
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Celtic_Druid has generated a new MP4Box. exe compile: -

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17/06/05: GPAC 0.3.0 release
I'll put a full package up later.
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