Hello everybody I have a couple of weeks with my virtual dub split recorded files for post-processing, everything works perfect. http://forum.slashcam.de/bedienung-of-virtual-dub-vt40398.html?highlight = Now I have additional material added yet, and again I would first like to make it through virtual dub, because I usually can not import into premiere. But when I first on video / direct stream, then audio / direct stream, then "save s.avi ..." click, but then I get a file, but the tone is gone and rushing for one very very nasty, evil. s.was is that? how do I get off it? mfg thanks for any help Ingenuity
Antwort von Stefan:
What kind of video files, and what sound is in there? You can find the uswith the GSpot tool.
All the following is only for the DV video case ...
If there is type-1 DV AVI files are the sound lies only in the original DV frames. In Type-2 DV AVI files, the sound is stored again in addition to the AVI file.
VirtualDub created Type-2 DV AVI files. VD is fed with a DV AVI Type-1 should enable the sound from the DV frames to extract and store them in the additional "soundtrack" in AVI.
As far as I know (based on VirtualDub, the FAQ) does not exactly VD. Order for the additional lane is empty and, depending on the player comes out nix or bad noise.
Avery, however, tinkering in more recent versions of VD s.einem DV audio resampling "... You may come next, if you do instead of audio / Direct Stream an Audio / Full Processing. It's tried so quickly with one of your videos, and a smaller problem selection area.
Remedy is s.verschiedenen digits are allowed. Some DV transfer programs, you can choose which type will be saved. And there are Type-1 to Type-2 converter programs.