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[SOLVED] dash files

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dee.pee

Yesterday ,I downloaded a big video (8.6 Go) from Youtube using jdownloader.

After hours, i finally got 2 files :

  • 1 with extension .dashaudio (2.4 Go)
  • 1 with extension .dashvideo (6.2 Go)

 

I can ear the dashaudio file with aimp, as any normal piece of music, but no image.

I can watch the dashvideo using media player classic as any normal video, but no sound.

 

My problem is : how to join and synchronize this 2 files to get a real movie (image + sound) ... except lauching aimp and mpc at the same time !!

 

Google search gives me no satisfactory answer ... waiting for a genious guy here at Nsane 😉

 

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rach

You can watch without merging audio and video by having same filename for both of them, with proper file extension, then open with media player classic, Auto-load audio files enabled.

 

MKVToolNix is easy solution for merging them, FFmpeg is another one.

 

For downloading video or audio from youtube, I suggest you to use youtube-dl+FFmpeg, took sometime to learn and you would love it. It's resumable, no worry :)

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dee.pee
10 minutes ago, rach said:

You can watch without merging audio and video by having same filename for both of them, with proper file extension, then open with media player classic, Auto-load audio files enabled.

 

MKVToolNix is easy solution for merging them, FFmpeg is another one.

 

For downloading video or audio from youtube, I suggest you to use youtube-dl+FFmpeg, took sometime to learn and you would love it. It's resumable, no worry :)

@rach how can I enabled "auto-load audio" in media player classic ? Is that in options menu ?

 

I will try to learn your other solution to download from Youtube. The problem is also that this big video has been desactivated this morning (it was avalaible only for 1 week) so I can't redownload it properly by now.

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Posted (edited)
48 minutes ago, dee.pee said:

@rach how can I enabled "auto-load audio" in media player classic ? Is that in options menu ?

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video and audio in same folder, for example you have filename.mp4 (video) and filename.m4a (audio).

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dee.pee

@rach will test this tonight when back home

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@rach Tested yesterday evening, auto-load audio was enabled, both files (audio + video with same name) in the same folder ... but unsuccessful 😪

 

@crazyrabbit Tested with MKVToolnix as suggested, start well (even if dashfiles are not known in files list) but stops before finishing .... just because not enough place in the disk 😕 and not enough time to do it again ... wiil test tonight again !

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rach

Make sure the extensions are recognized by media player classic. .dashaudio and .dashvideo extensions are not handled by the player eventhough it can open them. You can also use File->Open File/URL, Browser Open for video and Dub for audio.

 

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dee.pee

@rach Thanks for explanation.

 

dashvideo is readable by MPC, not tested with dashaudio.

 

Finally I mux files with MKVToolnix and get a .mkv video of 6.8 Go perfectly synchronized from the first second to the end ... 8 hours later !!

 

Thanks all for your help .... subject solved !!!

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