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Old 18th September 2003, 18:47   #1  |  Link
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AAC Parsing and Muxing

Is there any software that allows efficient muxing of AAC/mp4 streams to "avi".If possible multichannel AAC muxing.Thanks.
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Old 18th September 2003, 19:20   #2  |  Link
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Nope. AVI doesn't support AAC ( or many other things ). Although there has been talk of hacking AAC into AVI, you're much better off with OGM or Matroska.
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AVI could support CBR AAC fine, as AAC is using a constant number of samples per frame, different to Ogg Vorbis. As for CBR/VBR, the same hack ( inconsistency of M$ AVI parser filter ) could be used like with VBR MP3.

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How on OGM and MKV?

Which software is prefferebly suited for muxing AAC on to OGM/MKV and is any filters required for playback?(Other than 3ivx splitter)

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You can use mkvtoolnix to mux aac to Matroska format. Use coreaac to playback the sound. Coreaac is included in the download package at www.matroska.org.
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Thanks frodoontop for the instructions.
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