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Old 27 Mar 2008, 08:08 AM   #1
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Default How To Increase .AVI Volume?

I see a thread from 2002 answering this question and I wonder if there's a modern update to those methods?

'Those methods' were mainly VirtualDub and I tried it with VirtualDubMob 1.5.10 that I've got and it had problems with it being a VBR AVI - so I didn't get it done that way.

My plain 'VirtualDub' is version 1.6.14 which is perhaps too old so I'm currently looking for a more modern version as suggested in that 2002 thread.

But, meanwhile, is there a 2008 fix for this?

And how about knowing the makeup of your AVI? VDubMod was saying something like split and recompress the avi with audio at the original rate - I didn't try that but if I wanted to how would I know the original rate, etc., of my AVI?


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Old 28 Mar 2008, 01:15 PM   #2
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Hi abrograd,

Use either of the following programs to check out the make up of your AVI's

- GSpot 2.70a or -AVICodec

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