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    hi

    doe somebody know a program that splitt a mkv file into audio-, video- and textstream. i used virtual dub but it doesn┤t work i get an error .
    can somebody help me ??????????

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    i know that but the problem is this:
    Date : 2004-08-26 00:39:42.000
    Tracks : 3
    Track 1 : Video
    • Codec : (V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC)
    • Name : [KAA] Chrono Crusade - 13
    • Language : Undetermined (und)
    • Pixel Width : 640
    • Pixel Height : 480
    i underlined my problem.

    do you know what i should do

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    How about using the AVIMuxGUI and MKVtoolnix for demux the .mkv files. Please check them out:

    http://forum.videohelp.com/viewtopic.php?t=239995
    http://corecodec.org/projects/mkvextractgui/
    http://www.videohelp.com/tools?tool=609#comments

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    @spooks: mkvextractGUI should work; i'm not sure i understand your last post

    the only reason you would want the data in another container is if you're after standalone playback
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    Yeah, VDubMod doesn't support native AVC. In fact there is a lot that it doesn't support, which is why there is a popup when you first run it telling you that its mkv support is out of date. Think it also suggests mkvtoolnix which contains mkvextract.

    mkvextract will give you a raw (.264) H.264 stream though. Can't see much point in that other than you could remux to mp4, but then I don't think any of the newer Sigma based players with AVC support are out yet.

    You could I guess use AVC2AVI, but then none of the current AVI/MPEG-4 players support AVC so you would have to re-encode anyway. May as well just re-encode directly from the mkv.

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    i you guas are rigth am after playing it stand alone. i use mkvexract to extrac the video audio and sub. but the problem is to re encode the avc file for taht i need a a tool to encod it. remux it with the audio an sub i use Virtual dub mod work allmost everytime.

    do you know a prog witch encods the avs file ????

    or a programm to reencode directly from the mkv file ???


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    avisynth + virtualdub (fast recompress)
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    okay could you tell me how do that i tried it but i think i made i mistake.
    could you show me how to convert a avc file to a normal avi


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    run notepad, type in
    directshowsource("C:\path\video.mkv")
    ofcourse adjusting path and filename to match what you have. go file-->save as, and call it "script.avs"

    open script.avs with vdub or app of your choice, and encode.

    btw you'll need haali media splitter & ffdshow, install if you haven't already done so
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    yes i have them on my maschine i┤ll see if it work thanks for now ^^

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