Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To botch; make a mess of; spoil: often with an indefinite it: as, he muxed it badly that time.
- n. Work performed in an awkward or improper manner; a botch; a mess: as, he made a mux of it.
- n. Dirt; filth: same as mix.
- n. obsolete Dirt, filth or muck.
- v. transitive, obsolete To make a mess of something
- n. a multiplexer
- v. to multiplex
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Prov. Eng. Dirt; filth; muck.
- v. Prov. Eng.; Colloq. U.S. To mix in an untidy and offensive way; to make a mess of.
“I've tried "mux" and "author" with the. mpg and. str, but a error occured on ffmepX (not from Apple OS X, this time)”
“This will 'mux' your new audio file with your video file.”
“You then can load the "mux" template and remux the demuxed audio and re-encoded video back into a mpg container.”
“H. 264, NeroDigital: AAC), but when I also try to "mux" the subtitles, I get an error.”
“I then use 'MeGUI' to mux the avi and mp3 file to one.”
“Purely optical processing pathways are an important area of development, in part because you can (relatively) easily do things like wave mux-ing to scale up the bandwidth.”
“But that would be fine anyway, we can always bribe the CEO/Emperor of Blackwater later. mux Says:”
“Yu ar tu kined. spozed tu be spring but iz lukking berry mux leik rane prtty sune.”
“What about files with a large mux granularity, like MXF or badly constructed avi?”
“I could try and mux the good audio track with the good video track, but I had to re-encode everything.”
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