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Old 23 Nov 2002, 12:57 PM   #1
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Question File .avi Defective (??)

After to have unloaded n. .avi from Internet I join them with peckjoin. Often, in phase of visualization of the output file, the advance bar it's blocked.I have manipulate aforesaid the movie with VirtualDab1_4_10 but I receive various signalling es. "Sync error" etc. I have tried to give it in meal to Divfix_1.091 that does not give errori.What can make in these cases? Thanks
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Old 24 Nov 2002, 08:06 AM   #2
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Do each of the individual .AVIs play properly (before you try to join them)?
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Old 24 Nov 2002, 08:52 AM   #3
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Do each of the individual .AVIs play properly (before you try to join them)?
.Yes, I can see the single movie without problems.Thanks
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For VirtualDub to successfully join the .AVIs, they must be IDENTICAL with regard to video codec, bitrate, framerate, resolution, audio format, audio frequency...
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For VirtualDub to successfully join the .AVIs, they must be IDENTICAL with regard to video codec, bitrate, framerate, resolution, audio format, audio frequency...
Exists a program for check if a file .avi i's ok (video,audio,eccc) ?? Thans
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Old 26 Nov 2002, 07:27 AM   #6
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to check the video and audio rates and codecs they are using, just load up the file in VirtualDub and select "File Information" from the File tab.
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