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Old 24th June 2021, 23:55   #1  |  Link
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Muxing AV1 .ivf into .mp4

What are folks using to mux a AV1 .ivf elementary stream into .mp4? Good old mp4box nightly builds? Any particular parameters?
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IIRC I tried this and it works fine, but I don't do AV1 encoding on the regular
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Using the default mp4box.exe -add foo.ivf foo.mp4 syntax, the resulting file looks correct in MediaInfo and plays in VLC and the Windows "Movies & TV" player. But it won't open in any of the Adobe Creative Suite apps, even though I have a HW AV1 decoder in my GPU.

I was hoping the new DirectX-based After Effects and Premiere would support generic DirectShow file decoding as it had in years past.
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What are folks using to mux a AV1 .ivf elementary stream into .mp4?
I use ffmpeg -i file.ivf -c:v copy file.mp4
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