Started by abc123, April 19, 2015, 05:21:35 pm
QuoteIs it possible to do the same steps with the remuxed one?
Quote from: Jan Gruuthuse on April 24, 2015, 05:48:57 amI just see audio issues.See if this helps as work around, until a possible solution within avidemux is available.With audacity http://web.audacityteam.org/ download @ http://web.audacityteam.org/download/windows . Download the program installer and the FFmpeg import/export library. Install both. When installed test these steps:- Drag & drop your video (MVI_0042.MOV) on to audacity, wait until audio track is extracted. - in audacity Menu: File -> Export Audio -> Select @ bottom right hand corner of Export Audio pop-up window: MP2 files and click [Save].- The audio track should now be save with the same name as the video with the extension .mp2 (MVI_0042.mp2).- close audacity.With avidemux 2.6.8- Load the video (MVI_0042.MOV).- In Menu: Audio-> Select Track.- In pop-up window: Audio track Configuration.-- Leave Track 1 [v] marked.-- Change [Track 0 from video (PCM, Stereo, 1536 kbps)] to [.... Add Audio Track].--- In pop-up Select audio file: Location, browse to the new audio file (MVI_0042.mp2), select it and press [OK]. Audio should be in the same location as your video.--- Select in Output Format the wanted muxer (AVI, MP4v2, MKV, ...).--- Save the new video. Leave Video en Audio Output in [Copy].You should now have a workable/editable video.ps: Developer(s) & users may have other solutions, views to this issue.