MP4Box addresses a small group of users that are on the lookout for an application software to incorporate a multimedia swiss-army knife for the prompt. With MP4Box, you can quickly and easily perform various operations on MP4 container files.
First things first, the MP4 file format represents one of the most popular containers able to encase video, audio and even subtitle streams. Moreover, you can also add other elements to MP4 such as menus, 3D graphics or other interactive stuff. Because MP4 was a reliable application that required a relatively low amount of bandwidth, just about everyone could capitalize on utilizing the implement.
The enhancement of the speed of sundry types of Internet connections additionally availed to make MP4 more accessible to a more preponderant audience. MP4 works in a homogeneous albeit much more intricate way to MP3s, by compressing the files without losing any of the quality. MP3 technology transformed the way in which music and audio files are utilized and it's looking akin to the MP4 format will do the same for the video market.
MP4Box is a pretty nifty command prompt tool, designed for the more advanced users, that lacks a proper graphical user interface. Amongst its capabilities, MP4Box allows you to rapidly and effortlessly interleave file data, perform tight interleaving, store files with all media data first, fragment files, insert free space before moof in fragmented files, rewrite as ISMA, 3GPP, iPod or even PSP devices.
All in all, the MP4Box computer program can do a great deal of MP4 related fine tuning and can surely be added to the software arsenal of any video editing enthusiast. As long as the absence of the GUI is not a problem at all for you, then this can prove to be “the beginning of a beautiful friendship” (Humphrey Bogart as Rick Blaine in 1942’s Casablanca).