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Old 5 Jul 2007, 01:32 PM   #1
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Default Auto GK-Audio starts Lagging Half Thru

I have begun trying out AutoGK this week, and am running into a problem that the help contents do not address, After converting vob files from a dvd made on a set top dvd recorder, I attempted to use AutoGK, in order to then go onto VirtualDub in order to increase the brightness of the video. AutoGK was said to be able to do that, but I can find no settings that permit the increasing of brightness levels in AGK's hidden options menu.
The issue is that the audio starts to lag about half way thru the newly created avi. So I was thinking that I would convert only the second half of the dvd, that way, I could take the first half which is fine and combine it-using dvd authoring software when burning to disc, with the second half of the show.
But before I do all that, I wanted to see if there was a solution to this audio problem. When I select the 1st vob, the entire program gets converted. How do I set it so that only half of it gets converted, and then do a second session for the 2nd half, in order to work around the audio lagging?
What could be causing it and how do I avoid it in the future? Thanks.

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Old 5 Jul 2007, 03:22 PM   #2
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Why not try encoding in VirtualdubMPEG2 itself without going into AutoGK?
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I tried using Virtual Dub, but it kept creating file sizes that were huge, filling up all empty space on the pc drive...After multiple failures, I gave up and tries to find another program.
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I tried using Virtual Dub, but it kept creating file sizes that were huge
You can control the size of the output by specifying the bitrate in the encoder(Xvid/DivX etc.).Even AutoGK uses Virtualdubmod.
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