Creating movies by merging videos, sounds and even subtitles is a task that can take up a lot of time, especially when some specialized tools are not at hand. To successfully carry out such a project, you may find a program like AVIMux GUI quite useful.
Where it comes handy
Fairly small in size and ready to run out of the box, with no installation required, this application was designed to accomplish a specific task, namely that of multiplexing (otherwise known as muxing). This means that with the help of AVIMux GUI you will be able to combine all the elements required to have a complete movie.
Clean feature lineup
The clean interface allows you to load the files, generate data source from them and view the contained video and audio elements. You can choose to include all the audio streams and subtitles, but it is just as easy to exclude them, simply by checking the corresponding box.
More advanced configurations can be found in the 'Settings' area which enables you to customize the input and output options according to your needs. Thus, you can set the AVI or MKV structure for the resulting videos. The interface can also be tweaked for a better visibility of the streams and files in use.
A set of particular features of AVIMux GUI can be found in the right-click menu when selecting items from the main window. You can have the video data displayed either in the Extensible Binary Meta Language (EBML) format or in the Resource Interchange File Format.
An overall efficient muxing utility
All things considered, this application is easy to use and yet quite complex if the user choose to explore all its nooks and crannies. Also, the list of supported formats is pretty decent as AVIMux GUI is able to handle MKV, AVI, AAC, OGG, SRT or SSA file types, just to name a few.