Yamb is an acronym and it actually means Yet Another Mp4Box UI. It is actually a new graphical user interface for the MP4box that uses a command-line tool. The graphical user interface is mainly designed for Microsoft Windows operating system and may not work on other platforms. You can use it to join, split, and create 3GP or MP4 files that contains 263, h264, m4v, 264, cmp, h263 video streams.
Or it may also be from vob, avi, ogg, mpg, mp4, qcp, mpeg, 3gp, as well as mov files. The audio streams may be captured from mp3, aac, awb, ac3, vorbis, amr, msv, and evc as the input format. Here’s an example on how to use Yamb to combine recording fragments. Open Yamb, select Editing, and then double-click “Click to join supported files”. See the image below.
In the “Concatenation of Files” window, click Add to select and add files. After adding files, click Browse at the bottom to select your target folder for the output file. See the image below.
Once all files are added and the target folder has been selected, you may now click Next to begin the processing. See the image below.
Just wait for the process to finish and then check the output file. See image below.
If you wish to download Yamb, visit Yamb Website Downloads. Watch also “How to use Yamb to easily edit/combine/cut audio files | video tutorial by TechyV”.