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Old 18 Mar 2003, 08:25 PM   #1
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Default X-VID to SVCD encoding problem!!!!!HELP!!!

I am trying to convert the xvid-file "adaptation" into a SVCD...but TmpgEnc doesn´t recognize the audio-file??
But i can playback the file with WMplayer

Have no clue what to do.....
Virtual Dub shows the folloing file info:

Sampling Rate:48000 Hz.
Channel 5 (Stereo)
Sample Precision: 0 Bit
Compression: unknown (tag 2000)
Preload skew: 2800 samples(0,5s)

Thanks for your help
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Old 18 Mar 2003, 09:49 PM   #2
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Hi, and welcome.
It's an AC3 sound track. Use NanDub to extract it (File/Save Wav) and then rename the file to "whatever.AC3".

Use Besweet to convert to WAV (2-Pass) and then feed that into TMPGEnc. Search forum as it has been coverted countless times.

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