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AVI to Mpeg-1 sound problems

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by robert202, Mar 29, 2005.

  1. robert202

    robert202 Member

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    I am trying to convert some AVI TV shows to Mpeg-1 to store on DVD. I've had sucess with some files but others have out-of-sync audio or no audio. Here is the AVIcodec stats from one of the problem files:

    File : 349 MB (349 MB), duration: 0:41:55, type: AVI, 1 audio stream(s), quality: 56 %
    Video : 312 MB, 1040 Kbps, 25.0 fps, 640*352 (16:9), XVID = XVID Mpeg-4, Supported
    Audio : 37 MB, 126 Kbps, 48000 Hz, 2 channels, 0x55 = MPEG Layer-3, Supported

    I've used several programs to convert the files and have problems with all of them. "AVI to MPG Converter" has out of sync audio. When I use Tmpg, I get no audio at all.

    When I looked at the files that worked and the ones that didn't in AVIcodec, the only differences were the bit rates for audio and video. Any ideas?
     
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    The file has VBR mp3 audio.
    There are at least 50 posts on audio sync problems.
    Do some searching.
     
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    I have read most of the threads on sync problems and none of them have worked. I used virtual dub to separate the audio into a wave file and then re-encoded using tmpg and the result was an MPEG-1 file with no sound. I have tried simple de-mux and re-mux, but that didn't work either. I have downloaded every avi to mpeg program mentioned here and tried using that, but no luck. It must be a codec problem, but I don't know which codec is missing. I have downloaded DivX codecs, Xvid codecs and several codec packs. Telling me to read more threads at this point is not very usefull.
     
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    OK, you've got the tmpgenc video.
    You've got the .wav ripped out from virtualdub.
    Author them.
     
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    I did, using tmpg and got an Mpeg file with no audio.
     

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