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Old 26 May 2012, 08:45 PM   #1
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I tried to convert a 2-language DivX file to DVD using Tmpgenc Xpress 4.0.The audio output was unreadable.One audio is an AC3 the second mp3.How to solve the problem?
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Demux the two audio tracks from the original video (with avidemux for example), and the video track and chapters file from the DVD (with PGCDemux). Mux them to a new DVD with muxman.
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Old 27 May 2012, 06:02 PM   #3
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Demux the two audio tracks from the original video (with avidemux for example), and the video track and chapters file from the DVD (with PGCDemux). Mux them to a new DVD with muxman.
Many thanks r0IZ,I used VirtualDub to demux audio and video,now I have problems with muxman as it don't accept mp3 files,but I hope to solve.
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Not sure why muxman doesn't accept your MP3. It should accept it if it is in a format compatible with the DVD specs (48KHz, for example). Maybe you'll have to re-encode the audio.

Note also that theoretically, the main audio track of a DVD must be encoded in AC3 or PCM. DTS and MP3 are additional formats, compatible only with some players, and acceptable only if another audio track exists. Most players accept MP3 only, but perhaps muxman wants another format first.

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I want to thank you r0IZ.After a hard fight I got a very good bilanguage DVD.The problems were:muxman don't accept mp3 and I tried several softwares,most of them bullshit,before converting mp3 to AC3.Another problem comes again from muxman that needs only .m1v,.m2v,mpv and fortunately I could get .m1v by Tmpgenc Xpress.Finally the result was better than I expected!
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