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Audio questions –
I have had a couple of avi files with problematic audio. First was where it played the video but the sound was a loud shrill noise, for a second, from my speaker and then silence, second was video but no audio and the last is out of sync. All files play normally on the PC. I have tried on DVD and over the network with no improvements so far even with the new versions (1.9 R2). I have had this going on since last summer so I ask now looking for more help. I would like to post the encoding details of my avi files here - what's a good program that will allow me to export them to text?
@Snakehands: ..."encoding details" won't help. Sharing your clips - maybe...
I appreciate your help. All these clips came from the original 700 MB each movie file, I put it together quickly using AviDemuX. There are 3 clips in a rar archive and its about 7.47 MB. You can grab them here or here.
Originally Posted by EEUG
EDIT: I screwed up these clips bad so I am removing the links. Look at my next post for proper clips.
Last edited by Snakehands; 01-07-2007 at 04:27 PM.
@Snakehands: ...I've downloaded your clips, thank you. I don't know if I can fix them as they all appear to be corrupted somehow. VirtualDub says "Truncated or invalid MP3 audio format detected (16 bytes, should be 30)". Btw., Windows Media Player plays that "Sync.Issues.avi" also out of sync here. Video in "No.Sound.avi" appears to be interlaced which is not supported by SMS at all...
Last edited by EEUG; 01-07-2007 at 04:04 PM.
Hmmm....maybe its the way I clipped them from the larger file - I used a simple 3 step program. I tested them on VLC media player before uploading them. Don't know why I didn't use VDub to begin with, I see what you are talking about I have the same error with them when I play them with WMP. So here are some that do work fine on WMP and VLC i.e. no problem with these during PC playback. Thank You
Last edited by Snakehands; 01-07-2007 at 04:30 PM.
@Snakehands: ...just checked your files with latest 'ffmpeg/ffplay' (the base of SMS). Actually it can't play it correctly either (says that audio is kinda corrupted and A/V is also a way out of sync)...
Thanks for taking a look. The new clips I made work fine with SMS except for the one with no sound, that's the interlaced one so not supported. Yet the movies from where the clips were taken don't work in SMS. I will just have to manually tinker with the audio and sync issues until SMS plays it properly. Cheers.