It muxes (combines) video, audio and subtitle streams into one DivX Media file.
It should be especially useful for those of you, who suffer from the Doctor DivX 2.0 current mux- and synchronicity-bug, as you can at least try to rescue the Doctor's output. If the Doctor refused to mux the streams from the temp folder, you can try to do it manually. If the output is out of sync, DivXMux supports positive and negative values for audio-delay.
Additionally it offers you the possibility to mux your original mpeg audio into the DivX file, without having to convert it to mp3, even if it isn't AC3. Or you could mix AC3 and mp3 tracks.
You could have done all this already with DivXmux.exe. But now you can do it without having to do a lot of typing.
Furthermore DivXMux (GUI) allows you to:
- Join several video files into one.
- Use XML files to create DVD like menus
- Remux an existing DivX file
- Create DivX menu block file format, needed for menu creation
What do you need?
|Start the program. On first start it will ask for the location of the DivXMux.exe. Let it know where you put it. In the same step you can set your preferred language (Currently there's only English, French and German available) and your preferred output folder.|
|The rest is pretty self explaining as layout is more or less identical to the Doctor's wizard.|
|Track-Numbers:||If you want to use audio or subtitle tracks from existing DivX or avi files in your mux-composition you have to enter the track-number the track got in the source file. E.g.: If you selected a DivX file for audio-input that contains three audiotracks enter a number from 1 - 3. Mind: The GUI doesn't check if the track exists.|
|Audio-Delay:||DivXMux.exe currently only supports values from -1,000 ms to + 1,000 ms.|
Why I wrote it ?
|There are people asking me why I wrote this piece of software, and why I'm offering it for free.|
|First of all, I wrote it because I needed it. More than 30,000 downloads so far seem to show, that others could use it as well.|
|Second, money makes the world go round. But sometimes a honest "Thank you!" is worth more than all the money in the world. At least, to me it is.|
- thekid, robu4x, d00kl1 and the rest of the Dr. DivX team for writing the new Dr.,
- gej for starting it
- Avery Lee for VirtualDub,
- Donald Graft for DGIndex and his Deinterlace Filters,
- Ben Rudiak Gold for AviSynth
- All the other authors of free software. Keep going!
It’s the way you go, not the destination that makes the journey worth taking it.
Need to contact me?
Click here.(I speak English and German.)