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AVI troubles

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by haimback, Mar 1, 2005.

  1. haimback

    haimback Regular member

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    Ok im just wanting to combine two AVI files (from the same movie) and then convert them etc which i know how to do, problem is the audio streams have different sampling rates one is 16387.00000 and he other is 17290.00000 so cant merge them???. The files come from a downoaded dvdrip.
    Im thinking convert to mpeg then merg them-would this work?Im greatful for any ideas/solutions.
     
  2. bbmayo

    bbmayo Active member

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    You should be able to merge and convert those files using virtualDub. It will make them audio rates the same. :)
     
  3. haimback

    haimback Regular member

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    thats what i thought but when i try to open the second file using virtualdub (append AVI segment) it wont load giving the error audio streams not the same.
    I had a look at the guide for merging AVI but it seems to only cover merging when there are no problems which isnt very helpful :(
     
  4. Gringle

    Gringle Guest

    Ok guys shoot me down in flames, if yer like, but I reckon; downloading two, or more segments of the same AVI movie, are impossible to match, if one goes for fine detail.

    The whole system says it can't be done.

    I just ignore the finer details, turn the AVI segments into DVD and re-author with DVDshrink.

    Now and then there's a bleep,... if you look hard enough.


    regards gringle
     
  5. haimback

    haimback Regular member

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    thats sounds like it just might work : )
    when i reauthor and use shrink will the "2 halfs" run smoothly together?
     
  6. Gringle

    Gringle Guest

    It depends how hard you look for the bleep. ;)


    gringle
     

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