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Old 27 May 2005, 04:10 PM   #1
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Default Muxing/Demuxing Help Please

I have muxed and demuxed .avi and .ogm files in the past with Vdubmod. Im not an encoder.

I demux files at times to do a few things, witch are... demux subtitle files to fix translation/typo's, and then re-mux them back together... demux audio tracks to get rid of a sertin launguage and re-mux them back to save file space.

But i now possess some high quality .MKV files(possibly Variable frame rate).... witch i wont to demux just to fix subtitle errors, and get rid of a few audio tracks(no editing bsides the subtitles), and i do not wont to screw anythings up with these High quality encodes, so it makes me question if...

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)1| - could one program be better at demuxing/muxing a sertain file type then another program? [i DONT mean, example - one program being faster then another] [i mean, example - one program being able to properly demux a file containing VFR or sertain codec types, were as another program may not beable to properly output the same file without errors in the output file??)

)2| - IF IT DOES make a difference witch progam you should use to Demux/Mux a sertain file type container, then witch programs should be used to demux .OGM and .MKV ?
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"then witch programs should be used to demux .OGM and .MKV "

virtualdubmod is easy to use and does a nice job, and it's free too
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