The music sounds like the chipmunks are singing and the video plays too fast

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Alistair Smythe, Apr 27, 2004.

  1. I have downloaded several videos (*.avi)s that when I play them they play
    like I hit the fast
    forward button the music sounds like the chipmunks are singing and the video
    plays too
    fast. the only thing in common is that the filename has a KK_in front of the
    filename. What codec should I download to make these video clips play in
    normal mode (speed).
     
    Alistair Smythe, Apr 27, 2004
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  2. Alistair Smythe

    THE PUNISHER Guest

    Yeah, don't DL anything from that douche-bag!!! This is what happens when mental patients are given access to computers! All of his
    CRAP is like that! & there is nothing you can do to play them normally. Just don't DL anything from this imbecile!

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    "THIS ISN'T VENGEANCE, IT ISN'T JUSTICE, IT IS...PUNISHMENT!"
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    I have downloaded several videos (*.avi)s that when I play them they play like I hit the fast forward button the music sounds like
    the chipmunks are singing and the video plays too fast. the only thing in common is that the filename has a KK_in front of the
    filename. What codec should I download to make these video clips play in normal mode (speed).
     
    THE PUNISHER, Apr 27, 2004
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  3. Alistair Smythe

    Billy Joe Guest

    I've no experience with these specific files, never having
    encountered a KK_ file, but others have exhibited the same.

    Two things seem to help:
    1) if the file was encoded with Divx, it misbehaves if your divx
    decoder is not at the same or higher level (sadly, Gspot and
    AVICodec do not have enough info from the FourCC to discriminate
    among levels of Divx5).
    2) The ffdshow filter overcomes this in some files.

    BJ
     
    Billy Joe, Apr 27, 2004
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  4. Alistair Smythe

    Uncle Fester Guest

    The files in question are from some guy calling himself "KableK" or
    something like that. He's notorious for posting what he thinks is
    "funny." The files were encoded with a standard codec, except for one
    thing: they're captured as described -- fast.

    All of his posts are a total waste of time.


    Uncle Fester
     
    Uncle Fester, Apr 28, 2004
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