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Old 4th December 2004, 15:35   #1  |  Link
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Muxing RM files

This is a program to mux RealMedia files.
It can for example combine audio from one file and video from other.
It can also extract audio or video from the file.
Also avaible is a beta version that can extract streams from SureStream files.

It accepts only RM and RMVB files, but you can try converting other formats into RM using dtdrive. I converted OGG into RM and then successfuly muxed it into RMVB.

The archive also contain a comand line version.

The program is currently awaible to download at
http://elwood.webz.cz/RMMuxer.zip

The SureStream beta
http://elwood.webz.cz/SureStreamBeta.zip

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Old 4th December 2004, 16:54   #2  |  Link
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if u want to publish it i think the best solution is the following :
find someone to host your archive, edit your thread with the description of your tool and eventually a sample on how to use your tool, and send a PM to Sirber to ask him to add your thread in the realvideo tool topic. i think some people will be happy to made some tests on your tool and report eventually some bugs.

PS: for the tool name i think a joinner or a merger is more correct than a muxer (who sound like the possibility to mux and audio and video stream).

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Thanks, I fill look for some host.
And this tool does take audio from one file, video from other and put them in one file, so muxer is maybe the right name.
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about the tool name i am sorry i have misunderstand on of your sentenses it's for that

PS : for the host if you are interested i can host your archive if u are interested, you can send it at : darkcracker#caramail.com

i will send you the direct link in PM.

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elwood: awesome! I am looking forward to try your muxer.
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Old 5th December 2004, 19:46   #6  |  Link
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@elwood

Great tool! I would need something similar but in cmdline mode to merge 1 rmvb (video) with 1 rm (audio). Do you think it would be possible to build one?

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Old 5th December 2004, 21:20   #7  |  Link
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I think it would be possible. The muxer core is separated from the GUI. I can build some cmdline version(It will take some time).
I can also publish the C++ code for use in other programs if someone is interested.
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Could be cool RealAnime is currently in Delphi, I think it can be converted easily from C++ source.
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I don't know. I have only seen old Pascal(Basic syntax should be similar to Delphi) and rewriting all the for,if,type definitions,dereferencing...
It could take quite a long time.
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lol

what I ment was if you release the source, I can easily convert it to delphi . But IMO, a cmdline merger would be best for most people (in addition to the GUI) instead of my convert in delphi...

rmvbmerge.exe -i video.rmvb -i audio.rm -o test.rmvb

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can be cool...can add this feature to reve...
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Yep. can be a great addition to many tools
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I have completed the comand line version.
It can be downloaded at http://elwood.webz.cz/RMMuxer.zip

I thank Dark-Cracker who helped me started and hosted the first version.

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great!!!!

i think i will add a tab-panel in reve ;-)
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So I tried both the GUI and the cmd line tool. In my little test, the cmd line tool worked great! However, when I pressed the Merge button on the GUI, it silently died, and produced a 0 byte output file. Any ideas?
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Woot woot!

May I add it to RealAnime?
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Woot woot!

May I add it to RealAnime?
Yes,you can add the tool to any software.

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So I tried both the GUI and the cmd line tool. In my little test, the cmd line tool worked great! However, when I pressed the Merge button on the GUI, it silently died, and produced a 0 byte output file. Any ideas?
Not now. When the Merge button is pressed, the save file dialog and then a progress bar should appear and when the muxing is done, quit. The core is almost the same in GUI and cmdline versions (I only symplified parameters passing in the cmdversion).
The core runs in it's own thread and the main program should not quit before the muxing is complete.
I will check if my version works(Microsoft Visual C++ sometimes behave very oddly).
If the test files are not too big and if I can download them somewhere, I can do some test with them.
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For the reference in RealAnime, do I use your real name or your d9 nickname? PM me for it

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I can also publish the C++ code for use in other programs if someone is interested.
We're always interested So yes, please post the source if you can

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Strange... with the cmdline, I get 100% CPU usage and about 100 KB/s from a 17 sec sample.

C:\Projets\RealAnime\output>rmvbmux.exe -i "C:\Projets\RealAnime\output\temp\int
_video.rmvb" -i "C:\Projets\RealAnime\output\temp\int_audio.rm" -o "Y:\Anime\tes
t.rmvb"
Muxing
******...................

after 1 minute...



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C: is local disk
Y: is samba share on linux 2.6.9 via gigabyte link
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