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06-28-2004, 02:03 AM
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ok - i've encoded a file into kvcd using the kvcd tamplete on this
'cool as hell' site and it works fine on the pc - but when i burn it on a cd it plays like on fast forward - did anyone had this problem ?

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ok - i've encoded a file into kvcd using the kvcd tamplete on this
'cool as hell' site and it works fine on the pc - but when i burn it on a cd it plays like on fast forward - did anyone had this problem ?

thanks
Hi mma01,

Make sure you encoded your audio at 44.1Khz, and not at 48Khz.

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06-28-2004, 02:31 AM
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That's wierd Kwag...

Whenever I encode audio at 44100, the final mpeg won't play on standalone. I have to encode at 48000 (bitrate can be anything from 64 to 384 (386?), just as long as Hz is 48000).

Wierd isn't it!?
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Wierd isn't it!?
I guess you have a weird DVD player

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mma01, welcome in forum!
some player don't like 48k(maybe your player too, just test 44k),
some others play 44k or 48k without problems(my players like 44k and 48k) but
the first that i saw that only like audio 48k is the Fluffbutt's player!

Fluffbutt, what player is that!?!?
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06-28-2004, 03:06 AM
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How did you encode your audio
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06-28-2004, 06:29 AM
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kwag - i didnt uncode the audio at all i just saved it as wave from virtual dub - i'll do what you suggested man

jorel-thanks man - thats a cool site - i didnt think that i'll get an answear
so fast .. i guss you people take the support thing serious..

very cool ...
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06-28-2004, 09:57 AM
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Jorel - Telefunken TD800x (x = 1 or 2 or 3, I foget now). Funny thing is it plays audio cd's fine, aren't they 44100Hz?

Kwag - if that question's for me, ac3 -> besweet -> mp2 (stereo, hybrid gain, 128kbps, 48000 Hz (untouched). if not umm ignore me.
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kwag- the audio is on 44k - should i uncode it again ?
i didnt say but i'm uncoding an mpeg file not an avi file - should that make any diffrence?
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06-29-2004, 04:54 AM
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kwag- the audio is on 44k - should i uncode it again ?
i didnt say but i'm uncoding an mpeg file not an avi file - should that make any diffrence?
No diff. The result will be as bad with both kind of source

Genrerally the audio in 48 Khz is the one that give problems, that's why Kwag told you to do it in 44.1. Now, if it is already in 44.1 and you have still problems, you should try the second solution: do a test with an audio in 48Khz. Perhaps your player is weird
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