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Old 8th August 2007, 05:41   #1  |  Link
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Unsupported audio

For 2 years I tryed AutoGK for the first time, converted a couple of movies, everything worked great. Then I didnt use it for 2 years, in the mean time I got a new computer, and now I need it again, I installed the newest AutoGK and now my standalone divX player says "Unsupported Audio" and there is no sound, What could the problem be?, by the way I can still play the old Divx on the stand alone divX player and I do have sound if I play it on my Computer
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Old 8th August 2007, 06:50   #2  |  Link
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Open the video with GSpot, see what audio was used, then check your player to see if it supports that audio.
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Thangs a lot I will try that when I get home from work
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I Have testet it now, it seem that the old divX movie has a "AC3" audio, and the new has "MPEG-1 Layer3", The new is set to 700Mb Because I would like to make som compressed movies for a 7inch car tv (for the kids) Can I force the AC3 audio trough, or do it just come on a definite size?
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You can force AC3 under Advanced Options, but at 700 MB the video will suffer a great deal. Seems strange that a standalone can't handle MP3 audio.
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Its mostly cartoon movies on a 7 inch screen, will that also suffer and what size would you set. I could problery also turn down the resolution, now its on auto and is set on somthing around 750x400 if I only use the movies on a 7 inch screen what resolution would you use.
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If I were trying to achieve optimal quality for a small screen, I'd resize to the native resolution of the screen. Forcing AC3 audio will let AutoGK resize the video to something appropriate, but you'll just have to try and see if it's something with which you will be satisfied.
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