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Audio problems

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by piccolos, Feb 1, 2003.

  1. piccolos

    piccolos Member

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    I have been trying for a while now to get major payne to rip

    i am using the following
    virtual dub 1.4.13
    dvd2avi
    smartripper
    and the divx 5.0.2 codec
    on a windows xp pro system

    i am getting great video at only a 650 bitrate however my audio sucks it makes major payne sound like a chimpmunk and as amusing as this may be the audio is so speed-up that it ends about a half an hour before the video does

    lol although i may pull the audio file out and rename it chipmunk payne for my own amusement i would like to get this actually working so that i can watch the video and listen to the correct audio at the same time

    Thanks
     
  2. Deznaj

    Deznaj Regular member

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    What program do you use for the sound compression? In the guide for DivX movies CDex is used.

    Please take a look at this guide! I think it will solve your problem...
     
  3. piccolos

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    I am using virtual dub to compress the audio using the codec mpradium i have also tried cyberlinks powermp3 and microsofts mp3 codec as well as some others
     
  4. Taurolyon

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    Sounds like you're have a problem with your audio bitrate and codecs.

    I'm guessing your trying to get it down to a DIVX 5 AVI file.

    I'd suggest:
    DVD Decrypter 3.1.4.0 -
    Rip the DVD, Movie stream and a single audio stream.

    Then Use DVD2AVI, and use LAME MP3 Audio codec.
    BE SURE 48->44.1 KHZ IS OFF!!

    Then let it encode....

     

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