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Old 2004-04-14, 20:24   Link #1
Dark_Sun
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AMV (more help plz)

Oh gawd..I got kinda confused before so I was just playing around...now im really trying but i got some problems...

-When I use virtual dub...and I change the clip I cut into an Avi. File...It's exremely big


-When I export the AMV... It's even bigger...


First of all can anybody help me with the size problems?...second...is there another program like Virtual Dub?...because I dislike Virtual Dub (slow)
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Old 2004-04-14, 20:28   Link #2
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You need to use a codec and compress the video file to get it to a managable size. If you think VirtualDub is too slow, then AMV creation may not be for you.
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Old 2004-04-14, 20:37   Link #3
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hmm...i thought virtualdub was slow compared to other's...guess not...i'll guess i'll do that
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Old 2004-04-15, 06:16   Link #4
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Also, why not trying VirtualDubMod? It's the same, only better...
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Old 2004-04-16, 19:33   Link #5
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What program i can use to convert Mp3 to Wav so I can use with Vdub?
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Old 2004-04-16, 19:45   Link #6
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You can do it with VirtualDub. Maybe you mean that you want to convert it to WAV so you can use it as your audio source in TMPGEnc... Anyway, in VirtualDub, after loading the AVI into it, click Start > Save WAV, that's it.
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Old 2004-04-16, 20:04   Link #7
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You can do it with VirtualDub. Maybe you mean that you want to convert it to WAV so you can use it as your audio source in TMPGEnc... Anyway, in VirtualDub, after loading the AVI into it, click Start > Save WAV, that's it.
yeah, I'm trying to use a song in mp3 format, but Vdub won't let me. how do i convert that song to wav?
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Old 2004-04-16, 21:27   Link #8
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Hmmm... Are you getting some kind of error message after loading the AVI? If so, I think that your AVI audio is MP3 VBR, which is troublesome for VirtualDub to handle. I think that VirtualDubMod is able to handle VBR MP3, because it includes a lot VirtualDub mods in it, and if I'm not mistaken, one of them is able to handle VBR MP3s. If not, you can always use a program like GoldWave to convert your AVI audio into WAV.
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Old 2004-04-16, 21:55   Link #9
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No, I'm not using the the sound from AVI, I'm doing music video, and i'm using a song in mp3 format. and the Vdub only recognize wav files.
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Old 2004-04-16, 22:15   Link #10
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In that case, you could use GoldWave, but... dBpowerAMP Music Converter will be a better choice.
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Old 2004-04-16, 22:17   Link #11
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Thanks, i'll try that one. ^^

Edit: Cool it works great, exactly what I was looking for. ^^

Last edited by Secca; 2004-04-16 at 22:35.
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Old 2004-04-16, 22:46   Link #12
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You're welcome, and I'm glad you got that one solved.
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