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    Re: step 2 - need DVD burner program for mpeg2

    What exactly are you trying to do? Burn a dvd with dvd-menus and so on or just create
    an mpeg2 data-dvd? In 1st case, you'll need some dvd-authoring proggie, in 2nd you may
    just burn it as it is,...
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    Re: Mp3 Patent Problems

    Nah... Just the oldfashioned sound-to-ear testing, kid. :cool:
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    Re: Mp3 Patent Problems

    Ok, i have to say sum to keep this offtopic on XD
    that properly encoded mp3 at reasonable bitrate(192 and up)
    even with lame enc sounds good enough for me...
    I'm not an audioexpert though.
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    Re: Mp3 Patent Problems

    Again...It depends...
    On your purpose =)
    New lame (3.96, 3.97alpha) great for making extremely-low -16-64kbps
    bitrate files(ebooks for instance), while FhG acts way better imo
    on higher bitrates...
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    Re: Mp3 Patent Problems

    Just compare them visually. Lame, with no doubt, brings some
    artifacts to the track. This is not a precise copy.
    It's configurable if you encoding mp3 via cmd - you can disable
    psychoacoustic...
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    Re: Mp3 Patent Problems

    Well, majority sometimes could be wrong ;D
    I personally prefer old-fashioned FhG for mp3, since i don't like
    way much lame's psychoacoustic model sounds.
    A matter of taste perhaps... ;)
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    Re: iTunes user sues Apple over FairPlay DRM

    Lol! It looks to become common sense, not to say fashion to sue big companies in US.
    The more ridiculous the case, the more rich suer gets. Pathetic, imho. No one forces you to smoke tobacco or buy...
  8. Thread: Help with ASPI

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    Re: Help with ASPI

    Try NeroInfoTool to check what's wrong with aspi. On the other hand, make sure that your burning prog supports your cdwriter...
  9. Thread: Help with ASPI

    by Larry!
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    Re: Help with ASPI

    HERE is a kinda detailed explanation on aspi. Perhaps som burning proggie messed up aspi in your system? Then reinstalling it may help.
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    Re: Is this a stupid idea?

    Rofl, i've been pissed off once, when powerdvd 5 was refusing to play some protected dvd because my tv out was connected to tv...
    But that's not even it... The other soft players were refusing to...
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    Re: Is this a stupid idea?

    K, it's a boring copy-protection issue with dvd afaik. Even though, that in most countries it's quite legal to remain silent while making backup copy of your dvd. =) And there's alot of soft that...
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    Re: Extracting audio from an AVI

    Do you want it to be watchable on dvd or just to archive it as it is on cd?
    In 2nd case, burn it as data and enable overburn and short lead out options in nero. It will fit on regular 700mb cd with...
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    Re: Extracting audio from an AVI

    Yeah, and it mainly depends on resolution of video. The bigger res it have, the more time you'll need to encode. Let's say, that movie clip at 640x480 will take as twice to encode as 320x240.
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    Re: Extracting audio from an AVI

    2 hours sounds ok to me. Seems you've got kinda fast cpu.
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    Re: Extracting audio from an AVI

    What you mean by vcd? Original vcd have to contain its movie in mpeg1 format, audio in mp2, to be dvd player-compatible. Nero can save your day in that case. =) Or, if we talking here about splitting...
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    Re: Mp3 Patent Problems

    The one that ships with wmp10(l3codecp, not l3codeca) encodes 8-320kbps. =)
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    Re: Mp3 Patent Problems

    It's included now in windows mediaplayer 10. No charges. Just download wmp10 from M$ site and you may encode whatever and much as you wish(considering you're not *nix user though=).

    Ok, let them...
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    Re: Mp3 Patent Problems

    Heh, the funniest thing is, that there's absolutely free version of legal mp3 codec, the one which ships with wmp10(l3codecp.acm from FhG).LoL! And dbpower may take advantage of it absolutely...
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    Re: Extracting audio from an AVI

    Christina

    Ok i guess then, that your movie contains its sound in a pcm format. :D
    Well, i would recommend then a small cute little proggie called gspot,=) which will helpya to figure out what...
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    Re: Extracting audio from an AVI

    Nandub is same as virtualdub, but has more options for adding audio and it also uses only divx 3.11;-) and mp4v3 for video processing. All other functions are the same. Virtualdubmod is modification...
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    Re: Extracting audio from an AVI

    Hmm... That's weird, cause i'm using nandub for a few years and never noticed such behavior. =) Dunno about quicktime(mov) and realmedia(rm), but for most other containers, such as mpeg1, mpeg2, ogm,...
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    Re: Extracting audio from an AVI

    Open video in virtualdub, go to "file"(left upper button like in explorer) highlight "save wav" and click it. Hope you've got simple virtualdub, coz in virtualdubmod it's a bit more complicated.
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    Re: Extracting audio from an AVI

    That's not a huge problem, really, since header of audiofile will remain the same, so any player will figure what filter to use. Or, to avoid confusing, change extension to what it is.
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    Re: Extracting audio from an AVI

    Well, not really. Creating .avi with .wav will lead to almost double filesize =)
    So, actually .avi files usually contain .mp3(cbr or vbr), more rarely it can be .wma, .ac3 or .aac. Virtualdub will...
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    Re: Extracting audio from an AVI

    The easiest and most efficient way would be to use nandub or virtualdub for this. It will demux sound from movie in 1-2 min.
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