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Old 10th November 2011, 20:47   #1  |  Link
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MkvТоMp4 v0.224 - rapid tool for repack Mkv to Mp4

Download - http://www.mediafire.com/?1a0oc04u539b5eg

Features:
- Change the container to Mp4 without transcoding video (If the original video in h264 format)
- Support for multiple internal and external audio tracks
- Support subtitle formats: srt, ass, ssa, ttxt. Changing colors for subtitles.
- Add and edit tags for Mp4 files (m4v, m4a, m4b)
- Artworks and chapters for Mp4 files.
- Encode video for non-h264
- Correction of the atoms in Mp4 files to be able to change the audio and subtitle on Apple devices.
- Searching tags on TheTvDB, TheMovieDB and iTunes web sites
- English and Russian interface.



Requirements:
Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package for WinXP only
QuickTime codec (recommended)

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Last edited by oreons; 24th September 2013 at 13:08. Reason: New version
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Old 10th November 2011, 20:49   #2  |  Link
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Old 11th November 2011, 20:12   #3  |  Link
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Nice one !
So far all remuxed files I tried stream nicely to the iPhone 4 using the "Air Video"-App.
10x faster then using conversion (or re-encoding) and no strain on CPU (greetings from my Laptop).

Only thing missing would be a remote control app for the Iphone...
Using Remote Desktop Apps to initiate the re-muxing is quite a challenge for people with full sized hands&fingers like me
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Old 12th November 2011, 11:40   #4  |  Link
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Thanks! Great program! Any plans to support downmix of multichannel audio.. 7.1,6.1 -> 5.1 ?

I think I also have found a bug.. dts-es 6.1 audio encoding dosent seams to work.. you just get one channel aac in the resulting file.
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Old 12th November 2011, 17:48   #5  |  Link
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Any plans to support downmix of multichannel audio.. 7.1,6.1 -> 5.1 ?
You need AAC 5.1 or AC3 5.1 from DTS 6.1?

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I think I also have found a bug.. dts-es 6.1 audio encoding dosent seams to work.. you just get one channel aac in the resulting file.
Try to install Arcsoft dts decoder. Eac3To uses the default libav decoder that works incorrectly with DTS 6.1-7.1
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Old 12th November 2011, 23:28   #6  |  Link
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aac 5.1.. ac3 always downmix to 5.1.

I'm using arcsoft dts decode v1.1.0.0..
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Old 13th November 2011, 14:37   #7  |  Link
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I tested the file 7.1 DTS -> 2.0 AAC. The sound is normal.
When make DTS 7.1 -> AAC multichannel, the sound is wrong. In future versions I will add a decrease to 5.1. This is one option for Eac3To (-down6).
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Started processing file: D:/Video/dts71/file7_1.dts
Copy file D:/Video/dts71/file7_1.dts to Temp\file7_1_internal_audio_0.DTS
Starting Eac3To with the parameters: 
Tools\eac3to\eac3to  "D:/Download/MkvToMp4/0.217/Temp/file7_1_internal_audio_0.DTS" "Temp\file7_1_internal_audio_0.wav" -down2  -normalize  -down16 -progressnumbers
DTS Master Audio, 7.1 channels, 16 bits, 48kHz                                 
(core: DTS, 5.1 channels, 16 bits, 1509kbps, 48kHz)                            
Decoding with ArcSoft DTS Decoder...                                           
Mixing surround channels...                                                    
Downmixing multi channel audio to stereo...                                    
Reducing depth from 64 to 16 bits...                                           
Writing WAV...                                                                 
Creating file "Temp\file7_1_internal_audio_0.pass1.wav"...                     
Clipping detected, a 2nd pass will be necessary.                               
The original audio track has a constant bit depth of 16 bits.                  
Starting 2nd pass...                                                           
Reading WAV...                                                                 
Reducing depth from 64 to 16 bits...                                           
Writing WAV...                                                                 
Applying -2,99dB gain...                                                       
Creating file "Temp\file7_1_internal_audio_0.wav"...                           
Done.                                                                          
Starting Qaac with the parameters: 
Tools\qaac\qaac  --tvbr 95 "D:/Download/MkvToMp4/0.217/Temp/file7_1_internal_audio_0.wav" -o "Temp\file7_1_internal_audio_0.m4a"
initializing QTML...done
qaac 0.86, QuickTime 7.7.0
file7_1_internal_audio_0.wav
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Does this support placing ac3 5.1 audio in an mp4 file? IE recoding from AAC or DTS TO AC3?
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Old 16th November 2011, 15:57   #9  |  Link
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Does this support placing ac3 5.1 audio in an mp4 file? IE recoding from AAC or DTS TO AC3?
You can put original AC3 to Mp4 file, select the checkbox in the settings of track.


DTS can transcoded to AC3. AAC is not encoded.
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Old 17th November 2011, 08:14   #10  |  Link
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Some requests if it's possible

Show fps and remaining time when encoding.
Allow encode from mov and mp4. You may want lower resolution/bitrate.
Make it possible to change number of channels when edit audio stream from wmv. I have set 5.1 in global aac options but if audio source is 2 channel I want 2 channels

Is it possible to use quicktime/itunes portable? And use qaac with just the required dll's?
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Allow encode from mov and mp4. You may want lower resolution/bitrate.
From Mov and Mp4 you can encode for this turn to edit mode in the stream window (right mouse click).

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Make it possible to change number of channels when edit audio stream from wmv. I have set 5.1 in global aac options but if audio source is 2 channel I want 2 channels
If source is 2-channel, the output will also be 2 channel.
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Is it possible to use quicktime/itunes portable? And use qaac with just the required dll's?
What about portable I do not know, but it works with QT Lite

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From Mov and Mp4 you can encode for this turn to edit mode in the stream window (right mouse click).

If source is 2-channel, the output will also be 2 channel.
Ahh ok. Thanks. I missed edit mode

Ok. It said Output AAC 5.1 in the audio window..
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Ok. It said Output AAC 5.1 in the audio window..
This is a display information bug
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Old 9th December 2011, 00:08   #14  |  Link
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Very helpful tool!! I use it to convert MKV movies to watch on PS3 with my family . Thank you so much for sharing this !
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I've read through it, I saw somebody write that he/she did dts --> something else, does this program allow one to change that? Right now I got WDTV, and it reads lots of things, but DTS... Ugh... So, would be nice if I could just auto-reencode the DTS with 1 program... Right now I extract, use behappy on the DTS, then I re-package... Also, does it have batching?
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I've read through it, I saw somebody write that he/she did dts --> something else, does this program allow one to change that? Right now I got WDTV, and it reads lots of things, but DTS... Ugh... So, would be nice if I could just auto-reencode the DTS with 1 program... Right now I extract, use behappy on the DTS, then I re-package... Also, does it have batching?
You can convert DTS to AC3 or AAC.

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It saves files with the extension .m4v

any way to have it output .mp4 files so I do not have to rename every file? I could not find an option for this but perhaps do not know where to look.

Thanks!
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It saves files with the extension .m4v

any way to have it output .mp4 files so I do not have to rename every file? I could not find an option for this but perhaps do not know where to look.

Thanks!
The program is not possible to switch to mp4 extension. You can rename the files manually. M4v extension is chosen because that Apple only allows to switch tracks on m4v files.
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Any way to specify AC3 audio as the default output rather than aac?

Can the AC3 audio bitrate be set?

Can the files be output in IMSA standard streamable mp4 format (IE with the moov atom at the front of the file)?

Thanks for your help. The utility is very useful and fast. Appreciate your work on this.
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Any way to specify AC3 audio as the default output rather than aac?
You can disable the encoding to AAC taking off checkbox in the settings. Change the number of tracks can not be.

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Can the AC3 audio bitrate be set?
Yes, when encoding DTS.

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Can the files be output in IMSA standard streamable mp4 format (IE with the moov atom at the front of the file)?
Yes, in the tags settings you can set the MP4 optimization checkbox.

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