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Audio track on vob

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by Gswiss, Mar 12, 2007.

  1. Gswiss

    Gswiss Member

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    When I created a dvd movie from an avi file, the audio track was terrible, with hisses and cracks. How could I demux the audio track from the avi file, which is fine, and apply it to the VOB's?
    I have VirtualDubMod and avi2dvd but I wouldn't know how to use them in this case.
     
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    Hi Gswiss.

    Okay, here goes: After you open the .vob file with VirtualDub Mod, select in the file menu Streams>Stream List; on the lower right hand side you should see a button that reads "Export to Wav", which does what you're asking for. You'll be prompted both to save the audio portion of the video as a wave file and where you would like to save it.

    From what I remember, it's faster than real time (meaning if the video is 30 mins, it will likely save the wave file much faster..maybe even less than 10 mins).
     
  3. Gswiss

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    Hi,

    I'm a bit late in replying as I don't have access to the items involved all the time.

    I wasn't too clear in my explanation as what you're describing is not exactly what I'm after : I would like to "paste" the audio track from the avi file to the vob files. The current audio track on vob files contain hisses. The audio track on avi is ok.
     
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    May be easier to convert the AVI with another program and see if the result is better.
    I don't know how to paste audio to vob, but I've taken a burned DVD and demuxed the video (only) with DVD Decrypter.
    Used VirtualDub Mod (as Corypolo suggested) to extract the audio (wav) from the original AVI.
    To join them up again (in effect creating a new dvd folder) I used 'ffmpeggui' to convert the WAV to AC3 then 'Muxman' to create the dvd folder from the extracted video and converted audio.
    Burned with DVD Shrink/DVD Decrypter.
    It isn't difficult and doesn't take long,just that there is no one click method.
     
  5. Gswiss

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    Thanks for the info. I'll give it a try and report back.
     
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  8. barlaa

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    Yeah, it would be much easier to convert with other program.

    Try SPAM and it can burn avi files on DVD playable on DVD player.

    Or try SPAM, it can convert AVI to MPEG-1 or MPEG-2.
     
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    Thanks to all for your assistance.

    I'm late as I did not have a copy of the faulty file up to recently.
     

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