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Demultiplexing (also known as demux) in digital video refers to taking a video file and separating it into its basic components, usually an audio track, a video track and possibly subtitle tracks. It is the opposite of [[multiplexing]].
Demultiplexing (also known as demux) in digital video refers to taking a video file and separating it into its basic components, usually an audio track, a video track and possibly subtitle tracks. It is the opposite of [[multiplexing]].
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For example, you can "demux" a VOB file to retrieve the raw MPEG-2 video stream, the AC3 stream and any sub-picture streams.
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Current revision as of 06:38, 27 July 2007

Demultiplexing (also known as demux) in digital video refers to taking a video file and separating it into its basic components, usually an audio track, a video track and possibly subtitle tracks. It is the opposite of multiplexing.

For example, you can "demux" a VOB file to retrieve the raw MPEG-2 video stream, the AC3 stream and any sub-picture streams.