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SVCD & no audio with MP3, no sync with PCM

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by RealMe, Aug 14, 2004.

  1. RealMe

    RealMe Member

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    Hi, I still hope to get an answer to this very nagging problem...
    Here's what I posted a few days ago:

    I've been following this great forum to be able to make a SVCD file for DVD viewing. I rip from VHS using FlyDS, which I just found, thank god, because apparently it's the only one that hasn't got a serious frames dropping problem. I've tried VD, Virtual VCR and IuVCR but none were as steady as FlyDS, in my case.
    I use the HuffYuv codec to get the AVI file and then DVD2SVCD to convert to SVCD (CCE 2.5). The problem is if I use MP3, 44 KHz, 16 bit, 160 Kb/s in the AVI then in the final SVCD there is no voice. A MP2 file is created but there's no sound in it. If I use PCM the sound is still there in the SVCD but there's terrible sync problem.
    Please, can someone help. Thanks.
     
  2. CCEncoder

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    duh! dog! mp3 is not compatible with MP3, try mp2 standard for vcd/svcd
     

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