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Old 22nd September 2010, 19:19   #1  |  Link
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How to demux H.264 + MP4a from a MOV file?

This subject has been already discussed, but I have not found a satisfactory solution within -> http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=102064

After 4 years is there a better solution?

In case you need a sample, it's the NASA Apollo 11 footage here -> http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/hd/apollo11.html.
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How to download the sample under Windows?
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MP4Box -raw %TRACK% %SOURCE%
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I think Yamb 2.* is what you're looking for.
It demuxes the NASA streams to h264 and aac or mp4.
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How to download the sample under Windows?
Without a hack: Look at the left frame: Downloads: Downloadable versions...
There's a link
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Without a hack: Look at the left frame: Downloads: Downloadable versions...
There's a link
Thx...

Although rack and Taurus have already answered: yes, mp4box seems to work just fine on these files. Same goes for ffmpeg (or at least Rhoozuo's build).
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Hi!

The previously offered suggestion to use Quicktime Pro is a correct solution (Unless of course you are anti-Apple and/or anti-payware)...
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The previously offered suggestion to use Quicktime Pro is a correct solution (Unless of course you are anti-Apple and/or anti-payware)...
I said, see below, that the solution is not satisfactory.
I'm not against payware, I'm against bloatware and I don't think it's a really good idea to buy'n'install a software for an one-time-job. Especially when a freeware or a decent smallware already exist. My last encounter with QTPro was some 6 years ago, my Kodak camera shoots movies in .MOV format+container, only qtpro could use them without any asynch. I sweared since not to touch such a file, yet I want to convert these files to compare them with my ARTE HD footage (720p50).

Concerning Apple, oh yeah, it's a closed system and that excludes it automatically from my choices.
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This subject has been already discussed, but I have not found a satisfactory solution within -> http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=102064

After 4 years is there a better solution?
Thank you for the answers I'll have a look on YAMB + MP4box.


Meanwhile, as a temporary test (I don't have my video PC until the weekend) I managed to remux the .MOV into a .TS file with VLC 0.8.6i (I know it's old but I have it and it works). The results seem to be ok.

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You might also try mp4v2.
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