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Old 26th November 2005, 15:54   #1  |  Link
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gabest MP4 directshow splitter released

gabest released an own opensource MP4 splitter useable in dshow players

it supports a lot of things already:
- mpeg-1, mpeg-2, mpeg-4 asp and mpeg-4 avc video
- mp1, mp2, mp3, aac audio
- advanced ttxt subtitles (together with vsfilter everything except scrolling and url linking), like karaoke, blinking etc...
- vobsub subtitles
- chapters
- tracknames and tracklanguages
- tags

edit: it doesnt support delays

get it here
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gabest released an own opensource MP4 splitter useable in dshow players
Correct me if I'm wrong, but this is the exact same version that is found in MPC and is originally based on bento4?
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Yep, if you open the project file you have release/release unicode for the filter and release lib/release unicode lib for linking with mpc. Same for all the other filters.
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For me it does not support chapters outside MPC. And it does not support the tracknames or languages outside MPC.
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For me it does not support chapters outside MPC. And it does not support the tracknames or languages outside MPC.
which player are you using?

chapters work great here in wmp6. trackname and language are shown in graphedit but not in bsplayer, neither are chapters, but thats propably a bsplayer problem?
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which player are you using?

chapters work great here in wmp6. trackname and language are shown in graphedit but not in bsplayer, neither are chapters, but thats propably a bsplayer problem?
My normal player is zoomplayer. No chapters in zoomplayer and no tracknames or language codes in zoomplayer.

I think I will stay with Haali.
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I think I will stay with Haali.
lol, get your ass up and tell blight to support chapters the way wmp6 supports it
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lol, get your ass up and tell blight to support chapters the way wmp6 supports it
You took the words right out of my mouth!
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@ bond and Elias

You´re right. That´s a better way
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