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Importing AVI audio into DVD file

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by seagrave, May 18, 2011.

  1. seagrave

    seagrave Regular member

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    I have two versions of a movie... one a low resolution AVI version but with a decent English soundtrack... and a DVD version with only a German soundtrack.

    I'd like to do a new XVID version using the DVD video and the audio from the other AVI file. Can it be done? If so how?

    Thanks!
     
  2. attar

    attar Senior member

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    Assuming the video in both cases is the same length and identical to content:
    Run AutoGK.
    Step 1 load the DVD video (select VTS_01_0.IFO).
    Step 2 de-select the audio.
    Step 3 choose 'Target quality'
    Add Job and Start.
    A new AVI with no audio is output.

    Run VirtualDub and drag the new AVI into it.
    Click 'Video' > 'Direct stream copy'.
    Click 'Audio' > 'Audio from other file' and select the video with the good audio.
    Click 'File' > 'Save as AVI'.
     
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    Thanks attar... I'll give it a shot. Will Virtual Dub require additional video encoding? Or will I just be inserting the audio into the AVI container?
     
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    Because you set 'Video' to 'Direct stream copy', there will be no encoding of the video.
     

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