Il va donc falloir rééchantillonner l'audio de toutes les vidéos afin qu'elles possèdent la même fréquence d'échantillonnage. Il est alors indispensable de réencoder le flux audio en débit constant afin de prévenir tout risque de décalage entre le son et la vidéo : Réencoder le son d'une vidéo One way to do this is to purposely cut a few frames off the end of the first segment and reprocess it in direct/direct mode; unless the "cut off" setting has This correction is also disabled during capture and when writing a segmented AVI. navigate here
Page 1 of 2 1 2 > LinkBack Thread Tools Rate Thread Display Modes 19 Apr 2009, 05:23 AM #1 brewmaster182 Junior Member Join Date: Apr 2009 Posts: In the next window,under Source rate adjustment,select "Change frame rate to(fps)" and in the adjoining box insert the sample rate of the OTHER video file and click OK.Under Video and Audio Either that or just leave the AVIs as-is, and convert each one to DVD_compliant MPEG seperately, and let your authoring software join them. Open clip one (with new frame rate). http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/217822-Joining-AVI-files-in-VirtualDub-Different-sampling-rates
fccHandler16th October 2005, 08:32I doubt it. Probably not a good practice, but I've never had any trouble doing it with VirtualDubMod. OK, Im trying to join several avi files for a future DVD encode and burn. For this you will need Irfanview(which has a batch renaming feature). 4.Once you have all the images sequentially numbered, start VDMod.
Step. 7 - Audio --> Direct Stream Copy Just as we had to with Video, we just have to make sure that you won't wind up with uncompressed Audio (LPCM). stephanV27th October 2005, 08:26It's not meant for appending random stream A with random stream B, but to re-join files that were previously split for whatever reason (e.g. Version History v1.0 -- 19th November, 2003, First version online (JK) v2.0 -- 9th February, 2005, Updated to most recent version, fixed problem causing uncompressed Video. (Dela) v2.1 -- 6th March, As I understand it, the "different data formats" error refers to the BITMAPINFOHEADER in the AVI files; they must exactly match in both files.
Now, the question I'm sure you're asking is: why doesn't the parser just ask whether the error is acceptable or not? By dagerousdave in forum Newbie / General discussions Replies: 6 Last Post: 15th Nov 2007, 08:03 Joining avi files with Virtualdub By JaredKnight in forum Editing Replies: 10 Last Post: 8th However, it exists because of a sticky limitation with the way append is implemented, and I won't apologize for making an overly technical error message instead of one that says "I Otherwise, you should be able to encode them individually and then join the resulting mpeg with TMpgEnc under Mpeg Tools to ensure compatibility.
this is also the algorithm that matlab uses (function "rat"), so it gotta be good...anon - 15 10 05 - 22:42re: floating -> fraction: even better, an example of how it's The sample sizes must be the same, except for VBR video streams (the usual case for video). Video > Direct Stream Copy Audio > Full Processing Mode Audio > Conversion Set new sampling rate to 48000 'OK' Audio > Compression Select the codec (I use Lame MP3) 48000 It's to re-splice a movie that has been split across multiple files to circumvent file size limits, mainly from video capture.
Click Video --> Direct Stream Copy. http://forums.afterdawn.com/threads/virtualdub-and-sampling-rates.738920/ So using this function to splice together a bunch of different clips to make a montage isn't exactly the original intended use, although admittedly it's the closest you'll find in the The original file is Xvid mpeg-4 codec. Password Register FAQ/Rules Calendar New Posts Search New Posts From Last 24 Hours From Last 2 Days From Last 3 Days Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced
Forum Video Newbie / General discussions Joining AVI files in VirtualDub - Different sampling rates? + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 7 of 7 Joining AVI files in VirtualDub - check over here Also, very small errors become magnified after 3600+ seconds of video. The time now is 22:05. Ce nombre de flux doit être identique pour coller des vidéos sans perte de qualité.
Finally Hopefully this will have helped you to join two AVI files together. Stay logged in AfterDawn Discussion Forums Home Forums > Digital video > Other video questions > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Then select "Video"/"Frame Rate". his comment is here The first issue is that people attempt to look at the number in the error and type it in to the frame rate adjustment box to coerce to that rate, but
Cannot detect file type of Virtualdub vous avertit qu'il ne prend pas en charge le format de la vidéo que vous essayez d'ouvrir. It's possibly because of VBR MP3 audio. blueflash99, Sep 6, 2011 #3 attar Senior member Joined: Jun 17, 2005 Messages: 11,473 Likes Received: 25 Trophy Points: 128 Try joining them with AviDemux, it's more forgiving than VirtualDub.
Step. 2 - Open First AVI file Find the first AVI file, select it and then click Open. The files are very short, about 12 seconds, and I had to re-save them from the original file because it had VBR audio (that whole thing about saving the audio in Thanks Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Facebook Reddit! 19 Apr 2009, 05:26 AM #2 MilesAhead Eclectician Join Date: Nov 2006 Posts: 2,615 Try Any Ideas?
Therefore, it is recommended that this particular configuration be avoided when using the append feature. Virtualdub ne peut coller que des vidéos dont les caractéristiques sont les mêmes. Common Sampling Rate Error? weblink The corresponding streams must be of the same type.
Hence you got a large file for such a small clip.If you want it uncompressed, so be it.In that case just ensure that the two clips have the same resolution( 720x576 Keep it low (say about 50 kbps). 6.Now you will need an audio file of about 15 sec length and having similar parameters to the audio in your main video. This means that the audio and video streams are independently glued end-to-end without regard for sync to each other, so any difference in the lengths of the streams in the current