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Need help, audio encoding issue

Discussion in 'Technical Difficulties' started by justsomeguy, Oct 15, 2006.

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  1. justsomeguy

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    Okay, here's what I did. I opened virtual dub, muted the audio on a clip, and saved it. Then I used an outside program (Adobe Audition) to add a new sound to it. At this point the whole thing was 200mb, so I wanted to encode it to DIVX, So I try opening it in virtual dub and playing it, but it says "No audio compressor could be found to decompress the source audio format"


    I downloaded the lamemp3 encoder and everything. It won't work in DivX's built-in converter either. I can still convert it in virtualdub, but the audio screws up, and all I get are cracks and rasps.


    Please help me fixthe problem, if you don't know how, please, for the love of god, don't post here.

     
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    Sorry for the double post, but this is a HUGE problem for me, and I wish someone would attempt to help.
     
  3. Up In FlameZ♥

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    wait let me get this...

    u have a video and u want to disable that audio and add in new audio?
     
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    No, I already ADDED the new audio. That's what I'm having the problems with. The audio messing up. I couldn't have made it any clearer. Please read before you ask questions.
     
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    ok then...before u added the audio, did the audio sound fine? and did u compress it?
     
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    Did -what- audio sound fine? The Original audio, or my audio?
     
  7. Up In FlameZ♥

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    u said that the audio sounded messed up after u added it in, so was it fine before? and was it compressed or not?

    also instead of adding the audio with Adobe Audition, try using virtualdub to add it in
     
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    Don't worry about it anymore. I got a friend to help me.



    lol. I have 1337 posts. Cool.
     
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    so is this matter done?
     
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    Pretty much. Close it up, brotha.
     
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