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    Angry-2 nandub codec?

    I am having some audio problems playing divx files, (audio and video go totally unsincronized), i checked the files properties, and all of them were compressed using nandub, so my question is: do i need some kind of special codec to play these files?,
    thenks, maniac

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    Generally to play file created by nandub, you need:
    Video:
    DivX3.11 and/or MS MPEG4 V2 (you don't really need to install this since most Windows versions can natively play this)
    audio
    Audio:
    -. MP3 (I'm sure your system can already play this)
    -. AC3 (install the AC3 codec)
    -. OGG (Install the OGG DirectShow filter)
    -. WAV (I won't even contemplate its use for DivX...)

    To be sure, load the file into Virtualdub and go to File -> File Information. Post what you see here.

    "i checked the files properties, and all of them were compressed using nandub"
    Just wondering. How did you do this?

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    here's the file information from virtual dub, about your question, right click on file, properties, details, software, i supposed it was the software which was compressed with, too crazy?
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    I'm not sure if the audio has errors or not, but anyway, give this a try:
    1. Open file in nandub
    2. Set Video and Audio tabs to Direct Stream Copy
    3. Under Video tab, go to Frame Rate and choose "Change so video and audio durations match"
    4. Go to File -> Save AVI as and give a name to the new file

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    already tried that, but didn't work, and i'm sure the file ain't the problem because i can play it perfectly well in another computer,
    any other ideas?

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    Reinstall your MP3 codec --> Try the Radium MP3 codec.

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