Date: Monday, July 2, 2001 at 12:03:21
Yes, its me again!
If i want to remove the sound from a avi movie.
How do i do that?
Select the sound track and hit Del key.
We will just deny
such a "questions" in the future. Here is not a Help
quotation board, nor it is yet another FAQ list. Thank you.
Date: Monday, July 2, 2001 at 11:25:12
What is the scale value and when do i have
to change it? Do i have to change it when changing the rate value?
Please read our AVIfrate utility Help file. There is only one topic,
and it contains all the information you need.
Date: Monday, July 2, 2001 at 11:22:20
When i use the Avi Header to change the rate and slow down the movie its ok.
But when i put it in a Power point application and run it its not the
whole movie. The more i slow down the movie the shorter it gets. This is
only in powerpoint.Thankful for help!!!
If the movie has the sound track, its length is not affected by movie duration
change. If PowerPoint plays the movie only where audio data is present,
getting video itself longer, you make playable part shorten.
Maybe it's time to delete the sound ? Or use something instead PowerPoint...
Location: union city, nj usa
Date: Sunday, July 1, 2001 at 23:38:05
why after 30 minutes it stop capturing and the 30
minutes of capture file i want it to coverted to vcd with tmpgenc and it
says unsupported format. when i now that tmpgenc accept avi files
to convert to vcd or svcd
A common note: you said nothing about your system, your capture source, frame
size, speed and other settings...
Will try to guess:
- no HDD free space - avi file gets truncated
- video tape sync lost - frames dropped
- index size set too small - premature end of capture
- fatal errors/power off's/reboots while capture in progress
- about formats that does support tmpgenc please consult their support team
Date: Friday, June 29, 2001 at 15:39:21
Can i change framerate "speed" in AVIedit?
If i cant do you know any other freeware program that can?
Have a nice day everybody!
Sure you can. And we know other software that is free unlike
the AVIedit :)
To change frame rate in AVIedit without rendering a file,
use the File/AVI header menu item. Change the scale and
rate values and see the new fps calculated.
Or you can use our AVIfrate utility to change the fps. It is
freeware and very small in size - worth download...
Location: london, england
Date: Monday, June 25, 2001 at 13:43:58
About my previous post...
I will try to describe the results I get, but the main point is that when
I try to stitch two identical copies of one clip together, I expected
the colours to remain the same as the original clip. Does this make sense ?
most of the colours disappear, and lots of vertical lines appear accross the
screen. I don't know if you are telling me to get Adobe plugins or asking
if I've used them, but the answer is no in either case. Sorry, but
I don't know how I can make this any clearer, apart from sending you an image.
When we said "we know nothing about your clip"
we did mean exactly we need the information about your clip. If
the clip you used is not TrueColor, AVIedit will not accept
it as the source for Timeline editor. So you may need to convert it
to TrueColor first. Even if we will decide to add the option to
handle paletted (8 bits per pixel or less color depth) clips
in Timeline editor, we still will produce a TrueColor
clip on the Timeline editor output.
We wanted to know your clip's color depth (and, maybe, frame size). Now,
it seems, you see the solution.
Location: Huntington Beach, ca USA
Date: Wednesday, June 20, 2001 at 21:41:13
I have a movie I want to split on two CDR's.
The movie is 700 megs. I would like to split it down the middle.
How would I go about doing this with your software. I did not
understand how to do it through your help file. Thanks
If you have never seen the help file you will never understand
how to do something important to you :(
Select a piece of your file you want to cut off, then hit Cut icon. Save the
file with a new name.
Location: london, england
Date: Tuesday, June 19, 2001 at 15:44:14
I don't see an option to post a problem to the
forum, I hope it's o.k. to post it here... When I use the timeline to paste two
files together I get bad results, the colours are all wrong. Even if I try two
copies of the same file, so I know it's not a difference in compression, or
whatever. Do I need to know what codec the original file was created in or
something ? I want to fade one avi into the other, is there another way
of doing this ?
Otherwise a great program
There are more than 30 built-in effects and about thousands of
the Adobe Photoshop compatible plug-ins available worldwide :)
Please visit our support page to see what we expect from you
instead of just say "the colours are all wrong". We know
nothing about your clip. How would we guess the solution ?
Date: Thursday, June 14, 2001 at 23:28:20
Trying to send an avi file in MS outlook. I can
insert the file, but want it to start when email is opened w/o click.
Is this possible? Thanks!
Probably it would be possible if you will use HTML-format for your message.
But starting any application without the user permission (without a click etc.)
could be potentially dangerous. Assume he/she typed some text in Word, then
opened the e-mail sent by you. Next, mediaplayer hangs while opening
your avi file... (why not ?) - so your addressee gets a system hang up. Would
he/she thank you ?
Name: Jim Williams
Date: Thursday, June 7, 2001 at 03:47:24
I've recently been looking at AVIEdit to
convert a collection of many JPG files
(each of which is a single frame of a movie) into one AVI movie.
AVIEdit does this well, except for one problem; it will not save AVI movies
of more that 60 frames. Is this a limitation of the unregistered version?
If I register AVIEdit, will I be able to convert an unlimted number of JPG
frames into an AVI movie?
If this is true, then I WILL register AVIEdit.
Tricky part goes here :)
AVIedit allows you to see how it would
import still images. The
unregistered version does not accept unlimited # of images. After you
paid for it, you will be limited by your HDD FAT capacity only (when
you import stills via list file).
Location: leuven, belgium
Date: Wednesday, June 6, 2001 at 12:41:24
something i forget to tell i work with
uncompressed avi files (monster size i know) can aviedit handle
Yes. There is no big difference for AVIedit between compressed and raw avi files.
Except the size, of course :)
Location: leuven, belgium
Date: Wednesday, June 6, 2001 at 12:36:38
is there a tutorial somewhere?
I want to join to .avi movies (clips) into one big movie
This is possible with aviedit right?
I don't have a real oppinion about aviedit because I didn't have the
time to toy with it BUT it looks rather impressive and will recommend
it in my blender community
keep up the good work
We think you must visit our Readings section first. There you'll find
some tutorials. But "how to join avi files" is the FAQ and
it is discussed well in the AVIedit .hlp file. We are in doubt
it would be worth thing to place our help file pages here because
they include 150+ KB of text. It would be too much...
Date: Saturday, June 2, 2001 at 07:58:54
I've been trying your program and so far its
really good especially for its size. I'm trying to record of my tuner card
and its working fine. The problem i'm having is that after when i try to
remove the commercials (I use the shift-delete) the audio slowly goes out
of sync. It seems fine after the commercial but the further it plays
towards the next commercial to remove, it moves more and more out of sync.
By the time i remove all commercials the audio and video are way off by the
end of the program. I'm wondering if I'm doing something wrong.
Unlike the video frames, portions of audio track are written
"grouped" into small pieces so you can't delete an arbitrary
amount of sound data. When you cross over the boundaries of such a
group, either the deletion of a group or alignment occurs. This results
in small desync's between video and audio. Also there might be some
misalignment of sound data caused by wrong reported sample size of
some audio codecs (say, MPEG Layer 3). To fix this desync for your current
hardware you could simply speed up (or slow down) the video stream a bit.
This can be done with AVIedit or AVIfrate. Say, to get rid of 3 seconds
desync over a 1-hour video, you need to update fps (frames per second)
by 3/3600, or 0.083%. By the way, very few hardware devices have timing
tolerance less than this sample value.
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Date: Friday, June 1, 2001 at 21:40:07
I have a video that has some glitches.
At playback the screen flickers a lot. When examening the movie frame
by frame, I see totally black or distorted frames. Is it possible
to replace these frames with copies of the previous or next frames so
the sound will remain synchronised? Deleting the frames will shorten
the movie, but the sound remains the same lenght, or will stutter
because of lost samples. I hope someone can help me with this.
I'm loosing hope...
First, if your clip includes delta frames, you must agree to
loose video quality a bit. Some codecs like MJPEG produce
video clips where all frames are key frames, so it is
possible to cut & paste frames without need to recompress
the video (thus, without a loss of quality).
What you need to do ? Locate a broken frame. Click on it. Hit DEL alone. This
will delete the frame, but will keep sound. Click on previous good frame.
Hit Copy button, then hit Paste button. The selected frame will be
duplicated, replacing the broken frame you deleted.
Repeat these actions on all damaged frames, then save file to new one.
This should help.
Location: seattle, wa usa
Date: Thursday, May 31, 2001 at 13:33:03
i downloaded a divx movie that seems to work
fine except for some reason i cant skip around to different parts,
(using the bar in media player) like i can with other movies, so when
the movie gets to a point where the video freezes i cant skip past it,
if i click forward the movie starts over and fast forwards (not that fast)
without audio, to the part i clicked on. i've never seen a divx avi do
anything like this... ? i tried to open it in aviedit to fix the skips
but aviedit gives me an "unable to open ....blablabla.avi" message.
is there any other way to fix this movie?
Is looks like you have truncated file. It does not have index
part, so seek operation depends on separate frame headers instead
of entire list of all frames. In this case, having a damaged frame,
you have no good way to find where it ends and next one starts. Mainly,
AVIedit can not operate on truncated files.Maybe you need
to rebuild an index first, using DivFix, AVIfix or similar software.
Location: omaha, ne usa
Date: Friday, May 25, 2001 at 17:31:15
I have a Fuji camera that takes video and creats a file with the extention
.avi. It will play on a QuickTime player but not on the
Windows Media Player. On the Windows Media player I only get sound and
no movie. thanks for your help
It seems you do not have M-JPEG codec installed. Many cameras save
their avi files using MJPG compressor. Links to download these codecs
are in our Links area. By the way, Windows Media player is
not supported by AM Software - it is a Microsoft® product...
Date: Wednesday, May 16, 2001 at 19:07:47
I had put a second audio stream into an AVI file.
If I play under W98 or W2K I heard both audio stream,
but under NT4.0 I heard only the first audio stream.
How can I solve this problem?
Just change the OS :-)
Tibor, we're not sure putting a second audio stream would be a good
idea, because many tools will not handle that file correctly. As the
best you can do now, try adding few recent service-packs to your
existing NT system, or maybe install a new mediaplayer. Still not
sure it will help, but who knows... Make sure you did a backup before
you start with something.
Name: Richard Marris
Location: Canberra, ACT Australia
Date: Wednesday, May 16, 2001 at 09:56:08
I have been trying AVIEdit for a couple of weeks
and having great fun compressing whole days into 60 seconds. The Kodak camera
I have borrowed can take pics at 640*480. The only way I can seem to do this
is via scanning through a TWAIN driver. Is it possible to do a Delayed Capture
through this driver every 30 seconds?
We could improve AVIedit to call your TWAIN driver, say, every 30 seconds. But
you still will be required to set any TWAIN options you prefer manually,
then hit Ok or something like... Because each TWAIN driver has its own
button set and array of controls, there is no the same way for all TWAIN
devices to automate "TWAIN capture". Probably we will add Windows
Image Acquisition (WIA) feature to AVIedit in the future - this probably
could solve the problem, but not 100% guaranteed.
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