Audio conversion

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While I create my own DVDs quite happily, and have learnt a lot, I have a
file a BBC documentary that I missed taping that I now have got as a Xvid
file, with a unknown, supposedly audio format, an unknown LPCM. Wityh
TMPGEnc it leaves the audio as a on-off buzzing with no voice.

I need this on DVD, no luck extracting with VDub, the audio wav filke plays
ok, but it cannot remian ok when authored with RMPG DVD Author or Ulead
DVDMF3.

Is it possible, and preferbaly not too technical to convert the file to
soemthing a DVDauthoring program can deal with?

GSpot tells me it is AC3 at 48000khz and 192 bit.

Do I need a plugin perhaps?
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  1. Archived from groups: alt.video.dvd.software,alt.video.dvd.tech,rec.video.desktop,rec.video.dvd.tech (More info?)

    befopre anyone goes to the trouble to reply, I DL'ed an AC3 decopder and all
    is well.

    Now, with avi's that are Mp3 audio, is there an easy solution? Or one that I
    cab try out and get my head around if there are a few steps to follow?

    Thanks again for any help
  2. Archived from groups: alt.video.dvd.software,alt.video.dvd.tech,rec.video.desktop,rec.video.dvd.tech (More info?)

    "Tony" <tdale@xtra.co.nz> wrote in message
    news:MdCXc.18468$N77.729715@news.xtra.co.nz...
    > befopre anyone goes to the trouble to reply, I DL'ed an AC3 decopder and
    all
    > is well.
    >
    > Now, with avi's that are Mp3 audio, is there an easy solution? Or one that
    I
    > cab try out and get my head around if there are a few steps to follow?
    >
    > Thanks again for any help
    >
    >

    TMPGEnc Plus (MPEG Encoder) can convert various audio formats to DVD
    compatible ones (WAV,MP2), it will also encode AVI to MPEG2 video track.
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