AVI-Mux GUI v1.17.7
SIZE: 441 KB
Description: Demux video and audio streams from AVI files
Op System: Windows 2000, XP & 2003 (x86 only)
Title: AVI-Mux GUI
Installs to: "%programfiles%\Ripping\AVIMux"
Uninstaller: Removes program files, shortcuts, reg entries and personal settings
* Supported input file types: AVI, MKV, WAV, MPA/MP3, AC3, DTS, AAC, OGG/Vorbis, SRT, SSA. All file format readers have been rewritten from scratch and do not depend on bugs of 3rd party parsers
* Supported output formats: AVI, MKV, raw (MPx, AC3, DTS), ATDS-AAC, OGG/Vorbis. The AVI, MKV and OGG muxers does not depend on any third party bugs either (ADTS is too simple to speak about a "muxer")
* Supports Open-DML AVI files. No size limitation for AVI files (note: this breaks many hardware MPEG4 players)
* Supports creating rec list. Forces Microsoft's AVI Splitter to read AVI files sequentially, without seeking on the disc (note: this breaks many hardware MPEG4 players)
* Split large files by size, by time or by chapter boundary.
* Handles MPx/AAC-in-AVI. You can use MPx, AAC and HE-AAC audio in your AVI files. Those files are 100% compliant to the AVI file specification
* All stream types that can be extracted in "raw mode", like MP3, AC3, DTS, as well as AAC and OGG/Vorbis streams can be extracted from source AVI/MKV files. SRT and SSA subtitles can be extracted from AVI files.
* An own cache increases performance over using the Windows file cache
* Some typical bugs in AVI files causing by some known applications can be fixed without remuxing the file
* Files which are stored on CDs using the Mode 2 - Form 2 - format, or files which someone copied from such a CD using Windows Explorer, can be accessed directly
* AVI files containing Vorbis audio in a way compatible to what ffmpeg does can be used as data source. Note that writing such files is not yet possible in AVI-Mux GUI.
* Join AVI/MKV files with SSA subtitles. This works even when the SSA style definitions of the source files collide: AVI-Mux GUI will recreate them.
* Real file type identification. AVI-Mux GUI doesn't care about the file name when identifying a file type, so it cannot be fooled by people who rename MKV, or, even worse, OGM files, to .AVI just to get more hits on eMule
Enjoy (or not)
[Edit 2007/09/11] Changed install path