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mp3 instead of wav for divx/xvid audio

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by ebsmooth, Mar 24, 2003.

  1. ebsmooth

    ebsmooth Member

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    hello all,

    i am new to creating divx/xvid movies and i would like to know how i can use an mp3 soundtrack instead of wav. i have been aboe to convert a wav from 1.73gigs down to 111megs using mp3 pro at the highest bitrate. for the size and sound quality it is odvious as to why i would like to use this format. virtual dub will only allow wav audio (at least from what i know of it). any help will be greatly appreciated. thank you in advance for your time and assistance.

    ebs
     
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    VirtualdubMod will support a wider range of audios like MP3, AC3, and such. Something to keep in mind with xvid is that I have read it doesn't take vbr mp3 very well so you're best off keeping it cbr or chance losing your synch.
     
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    i will give that a try! i always use cbr, i am kinda anal about that stuff and always use the same format for my mp3's. thank you for you help, i will be used and appreciated.

    ebs!
     
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    u will be used and appreciated??? ;) Too much information!
     
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    you know what i meant. hey it was late and i was tired when i wrote that. i tried the vdubmod and i kept getting error messages saying that i was missing some dll file. when i downloaded vdubmod i also downloaded the needed dll's and uzipped them into the mod folder. was i supposed to unzip the mod version into the folder where i have the original virtual dub? thanks again for the help.

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    You should keep your vdub and vdubmod seperate. As for the extra dll's and such, they weren't there when I downloaded my version a number of months ago so I'm unsure what they require.
     
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    i figured it out, i downloaded an older version of it and it worked. thanks again for helping me out and not making me feel like a total newbie.

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    No problem. As for being a newbie, I still consider myself one. :)
     

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