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Is there a way to get TMPGEnc to load an AVI MPEG4 video with AC3 sound?
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Just load it like you load any mpeg file the audio will load automatically
on the audio tab.
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06-21-2003, 11:03 PM
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Just load it like you load any mpeg file the audio will load automatically
on the audio tab.
sorry, wrong answer...

I have several Three Stooges shorts that a buddy sent me, according to WinMedia Player 9, they are:

Video: XviD MPEG-4 Video Decode
Audio: AC3Filter

WinMEdia Player 9 plays them fine, as does PowerDVD.

BUT, as soon as I load them into TMPGEnc, all I get is the video line, Audio
line is empty.
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Make sure you check "DirectShow Multimedia reader" on TMPEG's environment.

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I load Divx in the past and thats how they load if environment settings
is ok than there is something wrong w you avi file Tmpeg should be able
to load a AC3 audio file.
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06-22-2003, 05:38 AM
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Make sure you check "DirectShow Multimedia reader" on TMPEG's environment.

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Mr Kwag, you have done it again, I raised the priority of Directshow and now it finds the audio.

Thanks.
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06-22-2003, 10:51 AM
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Well, back to square one.

TMPGEnc loaded the audio stream, but it appears it did not know what to do with it. I got beautiful video streams thanks to the Half-D1 KVCD templates, but only heard silence. No audio in WinMedia Player 9 and PowerDVD.
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Why don't you extract the AC3 with VDub and encode it to MP2 with Headache?
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Why don't you extract the AC3 with VDub and encode it to MP2 with Headache?
I will give that a try Jelly, thanks.
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06-22-2003, 11:07 AM
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No go, Jelly. Error, no compressor found.

If I knew how to attach an image I would show you the VDub info screen.

It lists audio as 48000Hz, 1 (Mono), compression unknow (tag2000)...
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Well this usually means, that you don't have the codec installed, which is needed to decompress the file...
I really don't know better, but I'd install the newest Xvid codecs again, and see if it changes anything!
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you could try the following, as its suppose to have AC3 built-in I think, or
else at least, support for it. You may end up needing the codecs though..
but wouldn't hurt to try anyways.. right ??

* VirtualDubMod_1_5_1_1a_all_inclusive.zip

Sorry, I lost the LINK.

* Then, open your source as usual, and frameserve it into TMPG.. ie of
...framerserve name: movie.vdr
* TMPG: video [movie.vdr]
* TMPG: audio [movie.vdr]

Maybe this will work (or not)
Good lucks anyways.
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