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06-04-2002, 02:27 PM
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Hi.

I have captured 3.5hrs using virtualdub with huffy. The audio is standard PCM 44k 16bit stereo.

When I encode through TMPenc there is no audio???

The AVI capture plays fine with video and audio.

I have tried saving the audio as a WAV and loading seperatly, but still the final product has no audio???

I have not had this problem with the same setup and other captures.

Any ideas?? I need to get this 45Gb AVI off my drive soon!!!!

Thanks in advance.
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06-05-2002, 05:24 AM
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Under the settings > audio tab in Tmpgenc (ver 2.54) hit the settings button and adjust volume or normalise whole file. You can play the output audio file from here before encoding to check.
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06-05-2002, 01:21 PM
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Thanks ozjeff99.

Unfortunately it doesn't work.

When I click normalize and enter 50% I get the following error: "The value needs to be between 1 and 2147483547"

It does the same thing with both the working AVI and the seperatly saved WAV. (both are audible when played).
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06-15-2002, 03:19 AM
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If you can play the wav file and hear it don"t use tmpgenc to encode the audio , use a audio encoder i use "db power amp" with the mp2 codec, you can use this to encode the wav file to mp2 then multiplex the mp2 to your video file.....problem solved....
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06-15-2002, 11:29 AM
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You could alway use Besweet to encode the Wav file to an mp2 audio file. Then use Tpmeg to mux the audio and video.
Besweet is a good piece of kit, give it a try.
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