Some of the important features about Video & Audio Muxer addon are listed below. This is followed by an overview about this addon. This summary contains few words about the addon, its function and features. Next is FAQ, this section is useful to get information about how this addon works in your browser. If you couldn’t find a specific answer, please fill the bug report form in this page or the contact form in the homepage to let us know about your question. Following the FAQ, is the bug report form. It is designed to collect user feedbacks and bugs about this addon. Users can suggest improvements or feature requests through this form too. Next section is for submitting comments about this addon which uses facebook comments plugin. The last section is dedicated to reports submitted through the GitHub website. We hope the information provided in this page, could help you get all the basics you need about this addon and enable you to have a better experience with Video & Audio Muxer.
4 Reasons to Use Video & Audio Muxer
Has a stand-alone popup window to drag and drop video and audio files.
Has a console to inform you about ongoing processes.
Can mux most common video & audio formats (.webm, .mp4, etc.)
Available for Firefox, Chrome and Opera browsers on all operating systems.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is Video & Audio Muxer?
2. How can I work with this add-on?
As mentioned above, simply open the app UI, then drag and drop desired input files inside the app (rectangular areas at the top). Next, type any muxing FFmpeg command that you would like in the input field and then press on the - Mux - button. If you are not familiar with FFmpeg commands, you can press on the - Command - button that is available in the UI as a separate button above the input field. Moreover, you can always search and find your desired FFmpeg mux commands in a search engine. Once the command is ready in the input field, please press on the - Mux - button to execute your command. Also note that, before executing any command, make sure the FFmpeg library has the required codecs for the input and output file extensions. Just type -codecs in the input field (command area) and press on the - Mux - button to see all available codecs currently available in this version of FFmpeg. There is also a - Clear - button in the UI which you can use to clear the console. All the information regarding current commands is rendered in the app console. Moreover, at the end of the process, the total time spent on executing the command will also be displayed. Download - and - Preview - buttons will also be available in the top toolbar once the muxing process is finished.
3. How does Video & Audio Muxer addon work?
4. How do I turn the extension OFF?
When app UI is closed, this addon is completely OFF and has no usage (RAM/CPU) on your system at all. Alternatively, if you want to completely turn off the addon, please head to the extensions tab in your browser and then click on the disable button from there.
5. Is this extension available for mobile firefox (Firefox for Android)?
Yes, this addon is available for all browsers and platforms including mobile Firefox and Opera browsers.
6. How can I reload the app UI?
When you open the app UI, you will see a reload button on the top right corner. Please press on this button to reload the UI. Also note that, reloading the UI will terminate all active operations and reset the optimization process.
7. How can I download the converted video file?
Once conversion is done, a download button will be displayed at the top toolbar in the UI. Please click on the button to download the item to your machine. Download location is the default download path in your browser.
8. How can I change the download path for the converted file?
To change the download location, please head to the settings tab in your browser and then find the download section. Within this section, you can adjust the download path. This will globally change the download location for all your downloads in your browser.
9. What happens if I dont add the output file extension for the FFmpeg command?
If you dont add the file extension for the output file, the FFmpeg engine will fail o mux the inputs. Therefore, if no output file extension detected, the app automatically adds - .mkv - file extension and runs the muxing process. MKV is a generic media container that can later be converted to any desired format. It can also be played in in the HTML5 video element.
10. Does this addon has comparable performance to native FFmpeg applications?
No, since this addon runs FFmpeg in the browser, it runs slower than the native FFmpeg applications/library. However, using the addon is very easy (in fact much easier than the native FFmpeg command-line tool). Simply add it to your browser and it starts to work without any additional plugins. The native FFmpeg library is rather hard to use and may be difficult to install on different operating systems. But this addon is supported on all major browsers and platforms. Please note that, for very large video files, you still need the native FFmpeg library. This addon is only suitable for simple conversions (rather small video files).
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