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Old 22 Nov 2002, 11:16 AM   #1
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Default Urgent Help Needed Corrupt Audio

I use Gknot
Was attempting starwars epsiode II conversion, (2 cd)
The First Pass completed succesfully
The second Pass completed succesfulll
The Joining of the credits part completed succesfully

The last part of muxing the audio into movie must have failed as when it was 90% percent done i ran out of hd space and nandub just closed it self, thus GKnot showed in log that the muxing of audio completed succesffully.

But there is no audio in the final movie, there is audio in the first pass file.

How can i fix this audio problem?

DO i need to strip the corrupted audio then mux the mp3 back in?

Or can i just mux the mp3 (as i still have the ac3's and mp3 that gknot made) straghit over the top of the corrupted audio

by the way i'am only doing stereo 2Channel conversion (160kb)

I would be greatly appreciated if someone could tell me what program to use and some detailed steps in solving this audio problem.

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Old 22 Nov 2002, 11:48 AM   #2
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How can i fix this audio problem?
You need to mux the audioless avi file called *_movie.avi with the audio stream.

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DO i need to strip the corrupted audio then mux the mp3 back in?
NO, you can't do that. If nandub didn't finish muxing the file, part of the movie will be missing, just delete it.

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I would be greatly appreciated if someone could tell me what program to use and some detailed steps in solving this audio problem.
Load the audioless avi file called *_movie.avi into nandub, select video->direct stream copy, audio->mp3 audio and select the mp3 file. And save that as a new avi file
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Old 22 Nov 2002, 11:49 AM   #3
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I manage to fix it with nandub
just need now to split it
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click my upper anigif and go to the part MUXING

at the end you'll find out how to SPLIT your file with nandub
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Old 22 Nov 2002, 01:14 PM   #5
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Thanks for the helps all
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