found this new site with some multimedia tools, haven't tried them yet
AX Multimedia Components
H264/AAC encoders, MP4 and Smooth Streaming muxers and more. Available as DirectShow filters or plain DLLs
AVC and AAC encoders
H264 (AVC) and AAC encoder components with top encoding quality and wide range of options to customize the output
MP4 Multiplexer MP4
Muxer component fully compliant with MP4 format specification (ISO/IEC 14496-12:2004)
Smooth Streaming Multiplexer
Smooth Streaming Muxer component allows you to author Microsoft® Smooth Streaming files (no Expression Encoder required)
Seamless Switching File Writer
Switching File Writer allows you to produce a series of multimedia files without interrupting the recording
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r u a zpammer
What's the name of the site? I didn't quite get it.Is he gone?
just try them and post the results
don't have time to test them now
Step#2 is not OK
1) those filters are proprietary kräpp, not compatible with the default File Writer, or with the AVI Muxer
2) H264 compressor: overall quality is terrible, ratecontrol seems broken
3) half-ässed filters have been successfully un-registered
Last edited by El Heggunte; 14th Apr 2014 at 22:53. Reason: unlink
El Heggunte (aka guinea pig) . Spidey sense go tingly when a solo post counter wants you to download software for testing hmmmmm
Yes, El has more nerve than I have.Courage is being scared to death --- and saddling up anyway. 'John Wayne'
I'm one of the developers of AX Multimedia Components. I appreciate Compuitguy posting the information about our software here.
El Heggunte, thanks for testing the components.
>1) those filters are proprietary kräpp, not compatible with the default File Writer, or with the AVI Muxer
There's a reason behind it, and that's the inability of default File Writer to produce a series of recorded files without stopping the recording. That's one of the "killer" features of our components. Thus we have our own muxer and file writer that provide clean "cutting" of files. It's really needed for those who are recording for long periods of time or 24/7
> 2) H264 compressor: overall quality is terrible, ratecontrol seems broken
I'm surprised to hear this, may I ask what resolution and bitrate did you use? The encoder is using x264 library, which has the best quality among the competition. Please check the filter settings screenshot:
There are a number of settings to tweak, so maybe something was wrong with them in your setup.
>3) half-ässed filters have been successfully un-registered
Thank you for your feedback
PS: the components are free for personal use