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the right codec for these kind of playback files????

Discussion in 'Video playback problems' started by nicz888, May 4, 2007.

  1. nicz888

    nicz888 Regular member

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    Die Hard (1988) : SE
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    [RELEASE INFORMATION]

    SOURCE ******* : DVD (RC3)
    RIPPER ******* : TEAM_WAF (ABS)
    DVD DATE ***** : 2003.06.16
    REL DATE ***** : 2004.10.09
    VIDEO INFO *** : XviD 1.02 @ 1,460 Kbps Avg
    AUDIO INFO *** : DTS 5.1CH @ 754 Kbps
    FRAME RATE *** : 23.976 fps
    RESOLUTION *** : 800 x 336 (2.38 : 1)
    LANGUAGE ***** : English
    SUBTITLE ***** : Korean.English

    two questions:
    1)i am using real player and i have divx codec install but when the movie is playing, somehow the background noise is louder than the actor's voice why???(i can't hear what the actor is saying. i already turn on everything in the volume control. thanks.
    2)how do i turn on subtitle.

    p.s. i ask this question before but nobody know so i brought it up again.
     
  2. attar

    attar Senior member

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    I don't use RealPlayer, I use VLC but it must be similar.

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    As to the sound, have you checked the 'Control Panel'>'Sounds and Audio Devices' >'Volume'> 'Advanced' for your speaker setup.
     
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    nicz888 Regular member

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    so what do i do after go into the advance setting. how do i get the sound even out. so i can hear what the actor is speaking.
     
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    It would be using the original AC3 from the DVD. Do you have trouble with 5.1 AC3 decoding in general? Have you got DRC enabled? How many speakers do you have?
     
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    If you are satisfied that the setup matches your speaker, example surround sound, then in your player (I am using VLC) click 'Audio' and select 'Stereo' instead of 5.1
     
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