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How can a stream h.264 files from PC?


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Deleting my old thread on streaming h.264 files on the 360 from my PC as I seem to have found the cause of the issue; the mp4a audio file.
Seems like the Xbox can't play that audio file which means it won't play any of the file. I have been, and still am, doing some research on re-encoding the audio file only without having to re-encode the video file too as that take about 9 hours to do the entire thing (I did one last night).
I have found some programs but I can't get them to work. Does anyone have a little guide or solution on what programs I need to do this? I have seen the term demux/remux in a few places but no real answer to my problems.
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Thanks but I'm running XP. I just ended up converting the entire file to x.264 and mp4 audio (or wmv, I forget now) using video converter. Took hours to do but they are done now.

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