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WOWIEGURL 11-26-2005 01:44 AM

Dual audio dvd converted into a kvcd
 
HI... I converted a dvd into a kvcd but dunno how to treat the audio. I re-ripped it in dvd decrypter and it is dual I want to keep it as dual i hte finished kvcd as track 1 & track 2 but I dunno how to compress to merge with the mpeg.

can someone help?

Prodater64 11-26-2005 03:38 AM

Re: dual audio dvd - I converted into a kvcd
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by WOWIEGURL
HI... I converted a dvd into a kvcd but dunno how to treat the audio. I re-ripped it in dvd decrypter and it is dual I want to keep it as dual i hte finished kvcd as track 1 & track 2 but I dunno how to compress to merge with the mpeg.

can someone help?

Only SVCD or DVD supports more than one audio track.
So, what is your target?

DVD: you don't need usually to multiplex it.
For example, with DVDLab Pro you can load all streams separately, video and audios.

Anyway, do use bbmpeg, select your video stream, your audio1 stream and your audio2 stream and multiplex they as usual.
That is all.

WOWIEGURL 11-26-2005 08:26 AM

make it into svcd.. but the 2 languages are not separated.. they are together in one file.. how do I split it so there are 2 streams before using bbmpeg?

Prodater64 11-26-2005 07:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WOWIEGURL
make it into svcd.. but the 2 languages are not separated.. they are together in one file.. how do I split it so there are 2 streams before using bbmpeg?

If your 2 audio streams are in a vob file, you can extract all audio files with dvd2avi.
If your 2 audio streams are in an avi file, you can extract it (each stream separately) with virtualdubmod, then convert each one to mp2 with besweet.

Edited: Thread moved to general misc. audio.


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