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The files are using different encoders: 1.mp4 uses MPEG-4 Visual and 2.mp4 uses AVC.
Try these (1.mp4_new.mp4 and 2.mp4_new.mp4 are AVC encoded)
or in case your player cannot play AVC, try 1.mp4_new_visual.mp4 and 2.mp4_new_visual.mp4, which are encoded as mpeg-4 Visual:
Last edited by Sharc; 21st Jan 2020 at 13:13.
Yes, 1.mp4 uses an older MPEG 4 Part 2 codec (ASP, Divx, Xvid), 2.mp4 uses a more advanced MPEG 4 Part 10 codec (AVC, h.264).
Keep in mind that MP4 is a container, a logical box that can hold audio and video (and other things) compressed with a variety of codecs. The box has no bearing on the quality of what's inside.