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Documentation & Tips / Re: converted video are disturbed on TV
« Last post by eumagga0x2a on December 17, 2018, 08:22:41 AM »
I'd like to watch some mp4 clip on tv but my LG TV doesn't show it, i think the TV doesn't support the codec.

If a TV set completely rejects H.264, it must be very, very old.

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So i dowloaded avidemux 2.7.1 on my linux mint

In general, you would be much better off with building from the current git or using the latest nightly build (appImage).

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But as on pc is all good, in tv i see the image disturbed by trembling, tryed in anoter TV same results.

I don't quite understand what does this trembling might look like. Could you please provide a short sample of the source video, saved in copy mode? The resolution and aspect ratio is quite unusual. Is the source video interlaced?
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Windows / Re: Fix audio that becomes out of sync during playback
« Last post by oldmoviebuff on December 17, 2018, 01:48:17 AM »
I tried the process you suggestion but no joy. The desync is caused by a momentary loss / degradation of signal during recording of an OTA broadcast with an eMatic AT103B.

So when the eMatic gets to the corrupted spot during playback the sound goes out of sync. It does not matter what I do with Avidemux to resync the sound it still goes out of sync at the same spot. As an aside VLC Media player is not affected by this problem and even though I can clearly see where the video breaks up the sound remains in sync.

Thank you for your help.
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Documentation & Tips / converted video are disturbed on TV
« Last post by uffa14 on December 16, 2018, 09:25:33 PM »
Hallo,
I'm very new to avidemux, video editing and thsi forum.

I'd like to watch some mp4 clip on tv but my LG TV doesn't show it, i think the TV doesn't support the codec.
So i dowloaded avidemux 2.7.1 on my linux mint and after some try i can watch the mp4.
But as on pc is all good, in tv i see the image disturbed by trembling, tryed in anoter TV same results.

Where is my mistake??

 Here the original clip properties

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Video
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Codec 4CC:      H264
Image Size:      720 x 416
Aspect Ratio:      Unknown (209:208)
Frame Rate:      25,000 fps
Total Duration:      01:52:22.360

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Extra Video Properties
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ExtraDataSize:      45
Extra data:      01 42 C0 0D FF E1 00 1D 67 42

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Audio
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Codec:         AAC
Channels:      Stereo
Bitrate:      16000 Bps / 128 kbps
Frequency:      48000 Hz
Total Duration:      01:52:22.336

and here the converted clip properties

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Video
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Codec 4CC:      DIVX
Image Size:      720 x 416
Aspect Ratio:      1:1 (1:1)
Frame Rate:      25,000 fps
Total Duration:      00:03:41.042

=====================================================
Extra Video Properties
=====================================================
ExtraDataSize:      48
Extra data:      00 00 01 B0 F1 00 00 01 B5 A9

=====================================================
Audio
=====================================================
Codec:         AAC
Channels:      Stereo
Bitrate:      16000 Bps / 128 kbps
Frequency:      48000 Hz
Total Duration:      00:03:40.906

Thanks for any help!
Marco

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The window title is updated when loading a video using loadVideo() method.
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Main version 2.6 / Re: Audio Distortions When Joining Multiple Clips
« Last post by dav2708 on December 15, 2018, 09:45:11 PM »
Yes, individually the audios are fine but when attempting to join them, they distort from one to the next.
 As you said I may need to look at the sampling frequency etc to see if they match and if not sort out how to make them the same.
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Main version 2.6 / Re: Audio Distortions When Joining Multiple Clips
« Last post by eumagga0x2a on December 15, 2018, 09:29:51 PM »
When appending videos, the number of audio tracks, the channel layout and sampling frequency must match. The output codec doesn't matter.

Just in case: does audio sound fine when playing individual files? In doubt please try the latest nightly matching your operating system.
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Windows / Re: Audio Resample algorithm question
« Last post by TCmullet on December 15, 2018, 09:22:11 PM »
Oh, I seriously doubt ***I*** will be able to.  My ears are over 60.  However, often a better fidelity has the effect of being less tired when listening for a long time.  Sorry that I'm not able to make much personal comparison.  But I may try.  Will have to go back and re-create some music using the AviD decoder.

I had not wanted to test different tools; just wanted to be sure I had the best possible, and proceed with massive hours of processing.
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Main version 2.6 / Audio Distortions When Joining Multiple Clips
« Last post by dav2708 on December 15, 2018, 09:07:52 PM »
Hi Guys.
I like to join and edit multiple clips from different sources but run into trouble with the audio streams.
I usually re-encode all the clips to xvid 4 and the audios to Mp3.
When I edit and join them, the audio becomes severely muffled and distorted in some of the joined clip segments. Some parts are normal and others not.
I thought by making them all mp3's it would solve  the problem but alas no.
I can't figure out why the audio streams are seemingly incompatible even through I have changed them all to Mp3?
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User interface and Usability / Updating window title on loadVideo script command
« Last post by RamazanBayram on December 15, 2018, 06:03:53 PM »
When running a script that opens several files in sequence, main window title can be updated after each loadVideo command.
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Windows / Re: Audio Resample algorithm question
« Last post by eumagga0x2a on December 14, 2018, 09:51:28 PM »
Please compare the results when using foobar2000 and Avidemux and report back whether you were able to hear the difference.
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