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Old 4th February 2005, 13:04   #1  |  Link
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MP4BoxGUI

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I made the little mp4box gui i promised, find it later in this thread

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It seems as though part of celtic_druid's site is down, so I've been unable to obtain a build of MP4Box
Is it the same for everybody else?

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At least for me it is

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this works great for me

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So I copied the latest build of MP4Box in the gui folder and tried to start the MP4BoxGUI.exe but to no avail.
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ugh, sorry i deleted the thread by mistake. i think i could reproduce all the posts on that topic till now, sorry
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Ehm... where's my post?
ok... i just said it doesnt work for me.
mp4box works but the guy seems to do nothing when i hit mux streams.
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'app. failed to initialize ... ' or sg like that on startup. the 7z has also some probs as it shows only 1 file having size of 0kb(!) but when hitting it a further .txt pops up and sizes seems to be shown correctly.
thx anyway
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Bummer... maybe mezzanine could start it again?

Anyway... I'm most happy to report that this little tool is able to mux Mpeg4 and AAC streams into .MP4 in a way that QuickTime player likes.... Which is nice!


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Also... I've just used mp4UI to check all of MP4BoxGUI muxes (I've done so far) and noticed that none of them contain OD and BIFS data!


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Ehm... where's my post?
ok... i just said it doesnt work for me.
mp4box works but the guy seems to do nothing when i hit mux streams.
Are you trying to mux AVC or ac3 ?
Give it a try with xvid, aac and srt.
MP4Box probably throws errors but catching is not yet implemented in the gui!
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'app. failed to initialize ... ' or sg like that on startup. the 7z has also some probs as it shows only 1 file having size of 0kb(!) but when hitting it a further .txt pops up and sizes seems to be shown correctly.
thx anyway
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If anyone cares to host this gui i can drop the 7zip packing.
'app. failed to initialize. " do you have the .net framework installed?
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i muxed an xvid video into .mp4 with that app and it works great (used latest dev mp4box)

i have .net installed

also note that mp4box can NOT mux avc till now, so of course that will not work

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Ehm... where's my post?
ups, sorry
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I tried muxing both avc (x264) and asp (xvid 1.1 beta).
No way for both, there's no output file at all.
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as i said: mp4box doesnt support avc, no need to try it...
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Hi bond,
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this works great for me
Does this link offer the newest MP4box compile?


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actually its a cvs compile (26 jan 2005) of the 2.4 tree.
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I'll put a new build up. Definatly the latest then.
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ok... mp4box has been just updated
the whole gpac is being mirrored
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I'll put a new build up. Definatly the latest then.
Where are your builds kept nowadays?
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here: http://www.aziendeassociate.it/cd.asp?dir=/gpac/dev

the index is @ http://celticdruid.no-ip.com/xvid/
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I tried muxing both avc (x264) and asp (xvid 1.1 beta).
No way for both, there's no output file at all.


try muxing just an aac audio stream and see what happens!!
Are you running any script-blocking app ? (anti-virus-spyware..)

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plz tell me i'm an idiot...
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Hi bond,Does this link offer the newest MP4box compile?
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actually its a cvs compile (26 jan 2005) of the 2.4 tree.
yes, and that build should work correctly (at least here it does - with and without gui)
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