January 13th, 2009 Posted in Free Software | 29 Comments »
as promised here’s the first testing version of the new MP4 mux filter I’m working on. First I’d like to say that this filter is not yet mature so you should really take it as that. So far I have only focused on H.264 and AAC support.
Basically you can use this filter to directly remux e.g. MKV files with H.264 and AAC streams but if you are using B-Frames the only way they are going to work properly is to use latest MONOGRAM x264 Encoder (currently unpublished 126.96.36.199 build can be found HERE). I would also recommend you to use MONOGRAM AAC Encoder (latest SVN build HERE) for audio encoding. To make a MP4 file connect the “File Writer” filter to the output of this mux filter.
I have started to work on support for x264vfw (via VFW DirectShow wrapper) but I still did not manage to make B-Frames work correctly with VFW.
If you find anything strange besides the above mentioned things please do report it.
This filter does not come with open source but is free for non-commercial use.
Download : mm_mp4_mux_0.9.3.0_bin.zip (130 KB)