Hello, have a problem a svcd that ton is moved. Order with VirtualDub must serve I have to convert avi but where with (what program can do!).
Asking for a tip Thanks ever Thomas
Antwort von Matthias Eller:
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> Hello, > Have a problem of svcd, the ton is moved. Order with > VirtualDub must serve > I have to convert avi but where with (what program can > It!).
The answer did you already quasi itself. There is a VirtualDub version that can read MPEG2. This will allow editing and with a belibigen codec reencoden.
Important would be the question: What is the target media? What will the final be played?
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Antwort von Philipp Lamp:
"Thomas & Birgit" wrote in news post news: burtpe $ HPO $ 01 $ firstname.lastname@example.org ... > Hello, > Have a problem of svcd, the ton is moved. Order with VirtualDub > Must be prepared to > I have to convert avi but where with (what program can do!).
Hi Thomas! this is actually quite simple. Everything you need, there are 2 Programs. AviSynth (with mpeg2dec plugin) and DVD2AVI. AviSynth is a FrameMaker Server. Just getting used to but very very good and above all without loss of quality because you imagine a compression process Save it. A FrameMaker Server takes the SVCD (mpeg) file and simulates the other program, it would be an uncompressed AVI file.
1. On the SVCD is MPEG2 folder or a file MPEGAV the AVSEQ ... means and quite large. The copy on your hard drive.
2. The copied file will open in DVD2AVI and you go to File - Save Project (F4). Now, he'll create you a fairly small. D2v file and a file with the Soundtrack of your SVCD. The AVSEQ ... File NOT delete!