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VirtualDub & MPEG Layer 3

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by jumpjet, Jan 25, 2003.

  1. jumpjet

    jumpjet Member

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    Hi
    Maybe I missed something, but when working with AVI's, I sometimes need to change the bitrate for the audio track. However, when I select the MPEG layer 3 compression option, the maximum bitrate is 56 @ 24000hz. I assumed that the output file would be 56 bit 48000 Hz in stereo i.e 24000 hz per channel, but it is not, the output is 24000 hz. (According to GSPOT)

    I would like to create MPEG layer 3 audio @ 128, 160 or 226 @ 44100 Hz. Is there additional audio codec settings that can be loaded into virtualdub to allow me to this, and where can I get them?

    Or would I have to split the audio off my original file, re-encode it with other software, then multiplex it back together?

    Thanks for any pointers

    Regards
    Graham UK
     
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    I have managed to fix it myself. I have installed the Lame MP3 codec to my system, which has been recognised by VirtualDub.

    Cheers
     

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