Splitting AVI : VBR problem

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by DeM Zed, Jul 17, 2006.

  1. DeM Zed

    DeM Zed Guest

    Hi all :)

    I would like to split an AVI file in two chunks, but when I load it in
    VirtualDub, it says : "[!] AVI: Variable bitrate (VBR) audio detected.
    VBR audio in AVI is
    non-standard and you may encounter sync errors up to 9860ms when
    attempting to extract WAV files or processing the audio in Direct
    Stream
    Copy mode. Full Processing mode is recommended to decompress or
    recompress
    the audio. (bitrate: 184.0 ± 19.4 kbps)"

    I've recompress the sound in MP3 (CBR 160kpbs), but I can't find how to
    map this new sound file on video frames perfectly...

    Any idea ?

    Thanks :)
     
    DeM Zed, Jul 17, 2006
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  2. DeM Zed

    Netmask Guest

    Hi all :)

    I would like to split an AVI file in two chunks, but when I load it in
    VirtualDub, it says : "[!] AVI: Variable bitrate (VBR) audio detected.
    VBR audio in AVI is
    non-standard and you may encounter sync errors up to 9860ms when
    attempting to extract WAV files or processing the audio in Direct
    Stream
    Copy mode. Full Processing mode is recommended to decompress or
    recompress
    the audio. (bitrate: 184.0 ± 19.4 kbps)"

    I've recompress the sound in MP3 (CBR 160kpbs), but I can't find how to
    map this new sound file on video frames perfectly...

    Any idea ?

    Thanks :)

    Use Nandub - it's for AVI files , split it Nandub and you will be able to
    use direct stream copy instead of full processing.
     
    Netmask, Jul 17, 2006
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  3. DeM Zed

    Bob Guest

    Will it work with XviD encoding?
     
    Bob, Jul 17, 2006
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  4. DeM Zed

    Netmask Guest

    It should - try it
     
    Netmask, Jul 18, 2006
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  5. DeM Zed

    Bob Guest

    Where is the Help for NanDub? All I can find is the Help for
    VirtualDub.

    I copied the RAR into a directory and opened the program. I then
    loaded a 2-episode pilot file. I want to split it into two 1-episode
    files.

    So I scroll to the place where I want to split. Now what do I do?
     
    Bob, Jul 18, 2006
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  6. DeM Zed

    DeM Zed Guest

    Thanks, it seems to work : no delay in the sound ...

    Netmask a écrit :
     
    DeM Zed, Jul 19, 2006
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