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  1. Originally Posted by ProWo View Post
    Se hai Windows 10 64 bit funziona anche clever Ffmpeg-GUI 64 Bit.
    Si vero.
    Probabilmente era winrar che non lo scompattava bene. Con 7zip tutto va bene.
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  2. September 28, 2021 update to version 2.8.8.
    Fixed: A major bug in multiplex mapping,
    pcm codec selection not executed,
    bug in audio length & pitch change.
    Solved: Missing pkt_pts_time in newer ffprobe releases.
    Improved: Multiplex section.
    Last edited by ProWo; 18th Oct 2021 at 14:03. Reason: typo
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  3. Originally Posted by Jack(review)
    Hate to be grammar police, but in the new 'changelog' that should be 'bug in audio Length!' Also the general description above says 'Lenght! Not written as length. Must check its GUI again as it had this typo error since I last used it. Good software.
    You're right. This annoying typo happened unfortunately and should be fixed now. Thanks for the hint.
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    1. How do you mux the audio with the video in this?
    2. And there any differences between the x86 and x64 version that should know about? Or are they both the same?
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  5. Originally Posted by Guernsey View Post
    1. How do you mux the audio with the video in this?
    2. And there any differences between the x86 and x64 version that should know about? Or are they both the same?
    For muxing: Load your video, click main, click multiplexing, the videostream (and other streams into the main video) is already loaded.
    If you want other streams, click on the Add button and add them.
    Make your changes on the single streams (ge language tag). Then select the output container you want (ge mkv, mp4, avi).
    If you want, you can change the output filename. Finally click multiplex.

    Choose the version for you system. If your Windows os is 64bit than choose x64, otherwise choose x86.
    The ffmpeg binaries have to be the same (x64 ffmpeg for x64 clever Ffmpeg-GUI).
    x64 is recommed.
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