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05-09-2002, 11:12 PM
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First of all, many thanks to those of you who have offered your wisdom on this forum and others back at VCDHELP. In three weeks, I have gone from complete ignorance to a very successful VCD creator. With your help, I've backed up several films and hi-8 home videos with astonishing quality.

So here's my question. When I play back my DVD rip creations, the sound volume is insufficient. When played on a laptop, I can hardly hear it. Is there a simple way to increase the volume using the tools that I am accustomed to? I've been using Smartripper/DVD2AVI/TMPGENC(KVCD), and I'm just beginning to learn AVIsynth.

I know I saw something about this in a guide a couple weeks ago, but I have been unable to locate it.

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05-09-2002, 11:26 PM
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@Peter:

Did you "checked" under audio "Normalization" and set "Dynamic Range Control" to "Normal" in DVD2AVI when you processed your project?

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05-10-2002, 09:44 AM
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Or you can increase the audio in TMPGEnc in the audio tab, press "Auto edit" to acces the volume if I remember correct.
An other alternative is to use Vob2audio and rip the audio direct from the vob-files. This will give you a very nice wav or mp3file that you can load into Tmpgenc.
http://www.doom9.org/Soft21/Audio/v2a.zip
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05-12-2002, 11:39 PM
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Hey, thanks guys! I tried both of these methods, and my problems are solved. Cool.

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