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Old 18th June 2008, 14:02   #1  |  Link
stax76
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How to easily batch remux mkv to mp4 and vice versa using StaxRip

A lot of people ask how to easily remux between mkv and mp4 and if it can possibly be batch processed for a large number of files. While a experienced user could easily use mmg and Yamb to remux some files, processing a large number of files was still cumbersome. StaxRip can make the process now a lot easier. It was relative easy to enhance StaxRip to perform this task as StaxRip supported already rich automation, batch processing, demuxing and muxing.

Software Requirements
  • latest StaxRip beta
  • Haali Splitter
  • ffdshow

StaxRip Configuration
  • Load the video encoder profile 'Misc/Source file pass through'
  • Load the audio profile 'Add Existing File' for track 1 and track 2
  • Load the target container profile

You can save a project template now, it could be named 'Remux to MP4' for instance.

Known limitations
  • No VFR support
  • No delay support (MediaInfo, mkvinfo, MP4Box don't provide this information unfortunately)

If you have remux related issues please use this thread, for general StaxRip issues please use the thread in my signature.

Having a issue if possible upload a sample clip causing the issue, good hosting services are 2shared.com and mediafire.com.
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