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Convert AC3 Audio


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leedownen123

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I have an AVI file with ac3 audio and I'm having problems combining audio and video in DVD Flick. I've used DVD Flick numerous times and never had problems, but this is the first time the audio is ac3. How can I convert the ac3 audio to a more standard format and then encode in back into an AVI file before I place it in DVD Flick for further encoding?

Edit: Hmm...maybe ac3 audio is not the problem! I tried another AVI file and got the same message and it was "error: could not multiplex the encoded video and audio".

Edited by leedownen123, 02 June 2007 - 07:22 PM.

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make sure your running the latest version of dvd flick.

http://www.videohelp...tools/DVD_Flick
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Yes I have the latest version. I have not made any changes that I can think of, the problem just started one day..
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Since I have not been able to figure out DVD Flick, I've been using Nero Vision 4. It takes a bit longer to 2-pass encode, but at least I get to add a fancy menu....
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