The OggMux was designed to be a small GUI replacement for GraphEdit for ultiplexing video and audio streams into an ogm (Ogg Media File). It works exactly the same way as GraphEdit and thus won’t help problems you already experience when you mux in GraphEdit directly.
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OggMux is a Ogg compressed stream analyser and muxer.OggMux is basically a gui for the ogg-toolbox and can mux/analyse/play any ogg format stream. OggMux accepts audio/video streams from files, streams inputted by the user or stream url from any site. OggMux is extensively unit tested and should work flawlessly on most computers. Features Convert Ogg to other container formats Analyse/Mux any Ogg file Play Ogg files Play Audio/Video streams from Files/Stream URLs Play Ogg streams over the internet Analysis/Mux and Play Ogg Stream over the internet Duplicate SPC or FLAC files Duplicate S3M/MP3/AAC/MP2 files Merge Streams/Segment Streams/Split Streams Create a playlist ID3v1/v2/v3 Tags generated Record Audio and Video Play Audio and Video Convert BMP to Ogg OggMux Requirements: To run OggMux correctly, you will need the following: OggMux used to be called GIDM (Graphical ID3 Mux). Some features from OggMux have been extracted and incorporated into SpectraLive. OggMux’s GIDM GUI has been renamed to OggMux. If you have been using OggMux and want to keep using it, you can still call your.oggstream or.mpeg-ps or.mp3stream file “OggMux output file” instead of.ogm or.m3u. Installation: OggMux can be compiled from source. It is best to install OggMux to the system path. OggMux contains a minifilter to the VLC Player so it can play OggMux output files directly. It is therefore not required to install OggMux separately in Windows. To install OggMux follow this steps: Download latest snapshot from the source site. Extract the source tar.gz or zip archive to the folder you want to install it. (To extract the archive with nztex or p7zip) OggM
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Try OggMux Online The OggMux is a (GUI) frontend for GraphEdit, it was designed to replace GraphEdit to stream mixing and playing video and audio to ogm files The OggMux is also available as (sourcecode) library Lets have a look inside the OggMux… OggMux Features: multi-page support realtime support multi-channel and multi-stream support quality controls auto resolution and auto height download feature This document will be a short tutorial about the OggMux. Starting with the OggMux So you already have it running. On the first page you should select a output folder (or you can let it to default) Next you need to add a stream(s) You can use the programs in the Media section to add your streams, but there are also numerous plugins to the OggMux. OggMux plugins can be found on the Plugin-List Some of them have been fixed for not working together with OggMux (curses plugin…) 3. To play the video change the Video section to the device you want to output the video on. If you selected an output folder you can also select the devices. In case you have a list of devices, the OggMux will open a window in between and display the list. You can scroll the list or use the up and down buttons to navigate. Select the device you want to output the stream on. When you have found your target device, be sure to select it in the list before you press OK. If you do not you can’t be sure whether the OggMux has been able to find the device or not. The video will then be shown on the target device. You can use the same tricks to add audio stream. And that’s it. You can also quit the OggMux by clicking the cross. As this is a very small library, you can find all changes in the git-log. And now to the funny part… The Fun Stuff: If you want to output a video/audio with a text overlay you could use the OggMux: You will need to create a buffer (1 2f7fe94e24
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Features: * Add Multiplexor object: OggMux can add multiplexors to one of it’s output streams and what’s more the multiplexors can be animated so you get allready a basic animated GUI for the multiplexor. * Save Settings: OggMux can save it’s settings to a disk file if it’s desired for it to keep it’s settings even if it has to be deleted. * Mixer Window: OggMux has a mixer window to fade out tracks while we’re muxing them, so we can have several audio stream at one time if it’s desired. * Output Streams: OggMux can have an arbitrary number of output streams and therefore we can have quite many multiplexors on one output stream. * Video/Audio Streams: OggMux can have an arbitrary number of video/audio streams and therefore we can have as many multiplexors as we want on one video/audio stream. * Playback: OggMux works with video/audio streams in WAV or FLAC format, so it can play it’s input and/or output streams over any operating system and any video/audio codec. * Multi Media Messages: OggMux supports video/audio stream multiplexing over all kinds of messages because it will work with the most used multi-media messages of PJSIP (PersonalSIP). * Streaming: OggMux automatically detects the file type of the input and output stream and will change it to.ogg as the output file format if it’s desired. * Password Protected: OggMux has a built-in password protection so the output file can be read with only one defined password. * Multiplexor Styles: OggMux supports all kinds of multiplexors. The control for the object can be used to move it so it can be placed anywhere on the canvas. * Animated Transitions: OggMux has 4 transitions: * Sliding: In this transition the multiplexor moves up and down the canvas so you can have an effect like a slide. * Flicker: In this transition the multiplexor runs completely over the canvas so you can have it flicker over the canvas. * Breath: In this transition the multiplexor makes a “Breath”
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Allows to combine videos of different video sources into one ogg/ogm file Manages the dataflow over several threads (2 or more, depends on your processor power) Tests each frame for stretching problems while upping the resolution Activates all properties for the processes, including the resizing filters, frame advancement, etc. With the setup, that you see, you can mux files in one go. So you will be able to always run the process and then add more files to the configuration. You can just rightclick on the file and then use the “Open” function, it will open and add it to the list on the top, if it is already there. To learn more, just click on the “OggMux” button, it will open the help file to you. If you need more, there are many tutorials to help you. Or, if you want an easy way, click on the “Mux To Ogg” button on the left and a new browser will open for you with the options where you can select how many frames you want and so on. Just make sure you will find the mux plugin for you OS and use the paths you think are right to where the software should be installed. Code: # Header? # import sys sys.path.append(“C:\\Program Files\\WindowsMediaPlayer\”) import wx import wx.lib.mixins.listctrl as mixins import msvcrt import wx.grid import ogg from ogg.mpeg import MpegVideoEncoder wx.EVT_CLOSE = wx.CLOSE import sys from ogg.mux import OggMux class OggMuxFrame(wx.Frame): def __init__(self): wx.Frame.__init__(self, None, -1, “OggMuxFrame”, [500,500,700,700]) self.pngList=wx.ListCtrl(self,-1,style=wx.LC_REPORT | wx.BORDER_SIZEGRAPH) self.pngList.InsertColumn(0,’png’) self.pngList.InsertColumn(
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