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Old Mar 19, 2002, 03:16 PM
burnout burnout is offline
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i've got a couple of vcds with really bad audio , like a constant interferance and buzzing and wanted to know if there was any way of making the sound any better?
Old Mar 20, 2002, 04:20 AM
aaronjon aaronjon is offline
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one way to go is simple demultiplex your .mpeg files with tmpgenc. take the audio file and put it through a program such as goldwave, try to smarten audio up, put the resulting .wav file through tmpgenc. to make the correct audio file type and simple multiplex both audio(new) and video.

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