Author Topic: XMPlay AAC & MP4 plugin  (Read 232221 times)

Ajaja

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Re: XMPlay AAC & MP4 plugin
« Reply #200 on: 25 Feb '13 - 14:25 »
It works! Thank you.

Ian @ un4seen

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Re: XMPlay AAC & MP4 plugin
« Reply #201 on: 26 Feb '13 - 16:55 »
Jolly good. The updated plugin is now up in the first post.

PSXGamerPro1

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Re: XMPlay AAC & MP4 plugin
« Reply #202 on: 2 Mar '14 - 18:21 »
uh, I cant find the plugin anymore. It is not even at the link Ian provided either. lol
I need the mp4 part. lol

saga

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Re: XMPlay AAC & MP4 plugin
« Reply #203 on: 2 Mar '14 - 18:35 »
Both the link the first post as well as on the XMPlay download site do work as expected.

dine

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Re: XMPlay AAC & MP4 plugin
« Reply #204 on: 1 Apr '15 - 23:23 »
Is there any way that DASH M4A files can be supported? (the ones from YouTube etc.) VLC can play them fine as well as chrome natively.
The only real solution is to use ffmpeg:
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ffmpeg -i "dashfile.m4a" -codec copy "out.m4a"
The file does not change too substantially, it still uses normal AAC encoding, but different headers, and uses Movie Fragment (moof) to spit the data into chunks.

This is a binary diff of a 3MB DASH file vs. a 3MB working converted file - not much change  (beside top and bottom, the even lines are 1824-byte moof chunks)

brycco

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Re: XMPlay AAC & MP4 plugin
« Reply #205 on: 12 May '15 - 22:53 »
I would just convert the DASH files using ffmpeg or what have you. Probably not possible to fix unless DASH is somehow implemented in the decoder.

vincent

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Re: XMPlay AAC & MP4 plugin
« Reply #206 on: 5 Jan '16 - 23:40 »
Please implement DASH in the decoder!  :)

I cant open m4a/mp4 downloaded from youtube with my favourite player..  :'(

Jace

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Re: XMPlay AAC & MP4 plugin
« Reply #207 on: 6 Jan '16 - 23:50 »
You could always use a browser add-on (like Complete Youtube Saver) to grab the audio files in comfortable formats.

Have snagged a few bits and pieces myself, never ran into a problem.