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Audio files to burn in TMPGEnc for VCD

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by JimmyX, May 31, 2003.

  1. JimmyX

    JimmyX Member

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    A few months ago I started burning VCD's for the first time. I researched a few basic techniques here and at other forums and began. Here's my question: at a different forum they suggested using V-dub to create a separate .wav audio file for TMPGEnc. So that's the method that I've been using. But, I've noticed that the re-encoded MPG result has a significant loss in audio quality over the previous AVI. In an article here about encoding music videos, you suggested using the original AVI for both video and audio imput. Is this better? I have tried to find other articles about this, but have been unsuccessful. Which method produces the best result?
     
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    Never seperate the audio and video!! Just uncompress the audio in the avi file and the results are much better!!
     
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    Thanks alot. I was hoping that someone could share some good advice :)
     
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    No Prob Mate!
     

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