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0answers
355 views

Repair MP4 corrupted index

I have a corrupted MP4 file whose length is 25 minutes, but fter the first 4 minutes it jumps ahead to 20 minutes and one cannot playback the middle portion. It appears as though the index is ...
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1answer
5k views

Repairing corrupt MP4

I took a video from my Android phone (Sony Xperia P, if you need to know), and before I could stop recording it, the phone memory got full and the phone got hanged too. I rebooted the phone, the video ...
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1answer
446 views

What are the “software” requirements for a 3D video?

Today, looking for the technical explanations about MPEG4, I saw that it can implement the VRML rendering for a 3D video. This makes me wondering about the "software" requirements to make or to see a ...
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1answer
192 views

What is the quickest way to merge multiple MPEG-4 files to a single DVD?

I am using Mac OS X 10.5 I have 30 MPEG-4 files, and I wish to burn these to a DVD that can be played in a standard DVD player (i.e. on a TV) What is the best way to burn these all to a DVD so that ...
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4answers
31k views

Joining H264 *without* re-encoding

I have two halves of a single show in two .MP4 files, encoded in H264. I would like to join them without re-encoding. Is this possible? I managed to create a joined video as a Quicktime file (.mov) ...
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1answer
177 views

Encode divx into iPhone-compatible MPEG4 while downloading?

Is there a way to encode a DivX file into an iPhone-compatible video file while the DivX is downloading/streaming? Further, is it possible to re-stream the resulting iPhone-compatible video to the ...
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7answers
938 views

Encoding Uncompressed video

I'd like to encode uncompressed video into compressed avi or mpeg4. Was wondering what program I should look at getting to do such a task. Videos are between 3 and 20 minutes long, and range anywhere ...
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1answer
594 views

Creating a DVD-player compatible movie file

I've created encoded a MPEG-4 file with mplayer and placed it on a DVD. The file is identified as RIFF (little-endian) data, AVI, 320 x 240, 25.00 fps, video: FFMpeg MPEG-4, audio: uncompressed ...
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3answers
5k views

Synchronizing audio and video using MP4Box / ffmpeg to concatenate files

I have two H.264 encoded MPEG-4 files that I need to concatenate. I have been using MP4Box for this task by first ensuring the files are encoded identically (even went so far as to compare output from ...