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BokEpA
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Mallorca, Spain
Joined: 9. Jan 2007
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mp4 with 2 audio tracks ?

#1 - 20. Nov 2007 15:47
Hi there

anyone knows how to create a mp4 with 2 audio streams? I dont have problems with coding the video in x264 with megui but I would like to make a movie with 2 audio streams, one with ingame sound and the other one without..

For example in Catutthaj Jhana, there are 5 different audio streams but its an xvid video file .. also I would like to know how to select between the different audio streams to playback the movie with the different songs.. u know

I ve been searching for tuts/guides but I didnt find anything, so help is rly appreciated.
thank you

help pls ´-`

Last changed: 20. November 2007 21:19
BokEpA
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#2 - 20. Nov 2007 21:19
Bump.
MR KING

Earth, Sweden
Joined: 9. Dec 2006
Posts: 57
#3 - 20. Nov 2007 21:28
I think there's like a 1 and 2 button you can press close to the audio text in megui, try that.
I dont have megui installed and i've never tested that so I dont know for sure.
BokEpA
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#4 - 20. Nov 2007 22:10
:o thank you very much, I didnt see that
but unfortunately I ve already coded de video alone and I did the audio coding in the cmd console with faac, maybe there is a possibility to gather two .m4a files and one .264 into a mp4 from the cmd console..

btw Ive found a helpful guide by doom9, if anyone else is also interested on this, go -> http://www.doom9.org/index.html?/mp4.htm

Last changed: 20. November 2007 22:13
cZF
Style-Productions

, Germany
Joined: 14. Jul 2006
Posts: 699
#5 - 20. Nov 2007 22:50
there is (compare mourning walls collapse you ungrateful fucks!). just use mp4box and you're all set. haven't used it in a while so i dunno if they brought out a gui for the tool. however, it works perfectly fine via command line. fire up a cmd.exe, change to the right partition (simply type d: or e: or whtvr:), change to the respective folder via "cd folder1\mymovie" (without "" ofc). not too sure if you have to include the -add before every new element, but it will give out an error message if the syntax is wrong anyway. rest should be self-explanatory.

mp4box -new -add video.264#video -add hai1.m4a#audio -add hai2.m4a#audio -fps whtvr LOOOOL.mp4

btw, yamb might do the job as well, though, again, i'm not sure. worth a try if you're not too fond of the command line method.
BokEpA
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#6 - 20. Nov 2007 23:10
thank you very much

edit: It worked perfectly, and its very easy to change between the audio streams with mplayer classic, just Play > Audio : and select the track there. Btw I couldnt find any way to do it in VLC player .

Last changed: 21. November 2007 00:20
slize
Elegato

somewhere, Poland
Joined: 8. Oct 2006
Posts: 4584
#7 - 21. Nov 2007 00:05
You're welcome.
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