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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by mackaveli, Aug 10, 2005.
I'm just curious to what muxing and demuxing audio means? thanks
muxing and demuxing have to do with embedded audio within a video. Muxing would be to embed the audio in the video, and demuxing would be removing the audio from the video.
Unless you're in New Zealand where "muxing" a song means simply combining two or more tunes - "mixing" in other words.
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(sry, i am actually missing one of my best friends that recently moved back to Australia) Poking fun just reminded me of her..lol
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Yeah, sorry, I just couldn't pass that one up.
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Makes you wonder what "demuxing" would be though...
Faintember pegged it well, it's used mainly in DVD authoring and some editing, iDVD requires muxed files and can only deal with stereo and a single audio track, DVD Studio Pro needs de-muxed audio and can handle surround and stereo files and multiple, switchable soundtracks.
Some editing packages need one or the other.
Stripping is also an acciptable term for demuxing media when applied to removeing or separating a single element. It used when a single element is taken from media file, ie Video, audio, timeing, etc...
Nothing to do with hair stripping though.
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