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On Jun 5, 2007, at 8:23 AM, Michael Huffaker wrote:
It's been noted many times on this list that muxed MPEG2 is currently not treated as a "first-class" citizen when imported as a QuickTime movie, or residing as a track in a QuickTime movie. QuickTime's MPEG2 media handler is capable of internally demuxing its stream for playback purposes, but does not present muxed material as separate video and audio tracks. If it did, it would be lying, since they're not. Currently audio extraction only works with audio tracks. So your muxed MPEG track doesn't get to participate in that mechanism.
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