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02-27-2003, 06:51 AM
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Hello all!

I have an AVI file that has DivX ;-) Audio of 22.05k at 32kbps. I have converted it to a WAV and that WAV is okay. When I run BeSweet and use the TooLame part to convert it to MP2 it fails at the same spot each time. TooLame GPF's but BeSweet does not.

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"C:\Program Files\TMPGEnc\TooLame\toolame.exe" -s 22.05 -m j -b 32 -e "f:\Video Files\All New Files\video\Audio 22k 32bit 2h05m23.691s.wav" "f:\Video Files\All New Files\video\Audio 22k 32bit 2h05m23.691s.mp2"

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02-27-2003, 08:08 AM
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Can you use BeSweet to convert the file to any format at all (not just mp2)?

It may be that your file is not really a WAV but just a DivX Audio with a wav header.

How did you originally convert the file to a wav?

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02-27-2003, 08:52 AM
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Can you use BeSweet to convert the file to any format at all (not just mp2)?

It may be that your file is not really a WAV but just a DivX ;-) Audio with a wav header.

How did you originally convert the file to a wav?
I will try right now. I used VirtualDub 1.5 (and several other versions) and saved it with no compression PCM.
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I was going to suggest you convert it to no compression PCM with VirtualDub. Since you already did that I think that I am stumped.

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02-27-2003, 02:34 PM
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Hmmmm.

I tried to convert to MP3 (Lame) and it failed about 40% (50 min of 125) of the way. That is better then the 30 min (same spot each time) trying it with TooLame.

Could not get CDex to convert fully either. WAV editors load it no problem.

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This comes very late indeed, but try resampling the clip to 44.1kHz before encoding it. I use SSRC to do the job.
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This comes very late indeed, but try resampling the clip to 44.1kHz before encoding it. I use SSRC to do the job.
I did not try that yet but I did find out that there are min. bitrates you can use for stereo or mono in a VCD.
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