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I have a program that captures and stores H.264 encoded video as well as audio into a proprietary format file. I need to be able to export that video and audio to an mp4 file. I prefer C# but will use C++ if necessary. Any suggestions?
Posted 15-Nov-12 10:43am
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Solution 1

The cop out is to use[^]. But you can use this[^] Code Project article to do it with Direct Show.
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Solution 2

Thanks for your quick reply. The problem is that I don't have a stream for input to either ffmpeg or DS. For all practical purposes I have random video frames stored in a proprietary database type file. DS seems to want a nice file or stream to convert to another format. Ditto ffmpeg. Or am I missing something about ffmpeg/ds?

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