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Old 12 Dec 2008, 06:25 PM   #1
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Bonjour,

mon problème est un peu spécial !

j'ai converti une vidéo .mkv en .avi
le .mkv avait déja le problème que je vais vous décrire avant la conversion en .avi donc il est normal que le problème se retrouve dans le fichier .avi

lorsque je lis la vidéo, j'ai une impression de ralenti mais ce qui est bizarre, c'est que le débit audio est tout à fait normal et qu'il n'y a pas de décalage entre le l'audio et la vidéo.

Je ne sais pas si vous comprendrez mon problème mais je ne peus pas être plus clair.

cette vidéo est compressée MPEG4
Si je modifie le frame rate, est ce que l'audio sera modifié en conséquence ?
J'ai essayé de le faire avec virtualdubmod mais j'ai un message d'erreur en cours d'encodage me disant "erreur : redondance cyclique"

Que puis-je faire et comment s'il vous plaît ?


Merci d'avance.
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Old 13 Dec 2008, 09:50 AM   #2
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Si le fichier source vidéo MKV a un problème, ainsi l'AVI.

Est-ce que ceci se produit complètement ou juste à un unique ?

Changement le frame rate n'aidera pas à moins qu'il soit bon commencer le fichier source par.

Bonne chance.

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hi blutach and thank you for your welcome !

yes, the source file has the same problem.

advice you to change the frame rate of the source file ?

thank you for your answer and sorry for my bad english !
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I doubt it will help. If this comes from a commercial DVD that you have purchased, re-rip it. (We can't give advice on ripping however).

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