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avi troubles

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by goku8499, Sep 28, 2003.

  1. goku8499

    goku8499 Guest

    i have tried to convert an avi to .vob and .m2v+.wav. i still get no audio from the outputs of the avi. i was wondering if there is a way to split the audio from the video so that i can convert it to .wav so i can burn it to dvd. if anyone knows of a programm that will do this please post.
     
  2. Praetor

    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    I'm not sure this even has anything remotely to do with your problem but have you just tried VirtualDub?
    1. Open AVI in VDub
    2. Audio --> Set whatever settings you want
    3. File --> Save WAV
     
  3. goku8499

    goku8499 Guest

    ok i have vdub but i cant use it with this file because it does not know what audio compression was used.
     
  4. goku8499

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    ok i have figured out this much. i have this avi file that is really upseting me. it uses AC3 compression on the audio. ac3 (0x2000)to be exact. the video is encoded in Div3 low-motion. virtual dub does not have an AC3 filter in it. how do i decompress this avi's audio into a playable wav so i can burn it to dvd.
     
  5. powerdup

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    You need a codec or filter to decode the ac3 audio.

    AC3Filter is highly recommended.
     
  6. goku8499

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    yes i know that but does anyone know of a program that decodes the ac3 audio. i have the filters.
     
  7. powerdup

    powerdup Regular member

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    Ok, I guess I didn't read your question very well...

    Download virtualdubmod and get into the streams menu and select stream list. You should see your audio file there.
    Click Save Wav._X_X_X_X_X_[small]Life is but a dream...so wake me up already!!![/small]
     
    Last edited: Sep 29, 2003

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