Multiplexing and demultiplexing of complex audio/video streams from different sources into a single stream for video production or broadcast requires a solution that delivers the highest possible quality with strict adherence to format standards. MainConcept's format components found in many of our codec products fit the bill, providing highly efficient and compatible multiplexing/demultiplexing for nearly every popular format. The MainConcept Multiplexers and Demultiplexers offer strict adherence to format standards allowing a high degree of compliance with software and hardware players, mobile devices, cell phones, game consoles, professional and consumer cameras, etc. Multiplexing can be done in either Streaming or File mode. In Streaming mode the audio and video input comes from the audio and video encoders, whereas in File mode the input comes from existing disk files.
Broadcast-ready MPEG-2 Single- and Multi-Program Transport Stream, Program Stream and MPEG-1 System Stream support with statistical multiplexing.
Fully compatible with all flavors of professional camera formats like Panasonic AVC Ultra, Ikegami and Sony XDCAM and XAVC. Also supporting J2K for Digital Cinema multiplexing.
ISO BMFF support with compatibility to base MOV format. 3GP and H.263 multiplexing for mobile streaming. Flash F4V format and J2K in MJ2. Also fully supporting MPEG DASH and Apple fMP4 packaging.
Supporting multiple different file formats.
The MainConcept Multiplexer and Demultiplexer components are not licensed separately but are included in dedicated Video Encoder and Decoder SDKs. Please have a look at the corresponding datasheets if the multiplexer and demultiplexer components are included in the package your are looking for.
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