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Putting 3 Film files together

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by norsk17, Sep 2, 2003.

  1. norsk17

    norsk17 Member

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    hi guys

    im searching 4 a programm to put several splitted films together

    cu Norsk
     
  2. mac71

    mac71 Guest

    There are several programs that will do this for you.

    TMPGEnc and Vdub to name 2.
     
  3. Praetor

    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    Or you can try a sweet program called AVI Split Calc... the latest version i think is 3.49 Beta 1 but its very stable and such... it is essentially a front end for NANDUB and allows you to split as well as combine AVI segments. You can grab AVISplit Calc from http://ia.microdee.net/

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    ya that works fine ;)

    thanks for ur help
     
  5. norsk17

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    got one more problem :(
    The sound doesnt play synchronous with the video...

    couldnt find anything good at google...

    help ;)
     
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    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    Check that with each of the three component files, the audio-video is properly synched. Also check that they use the same sampling rate etc. Are you using VBR or CBR?
     

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