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newer LAME ACM?, last stable one I can find is from 2000?
avibe
post Apr 12 2003, 04:43
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Can anyone help point me to a newer stable LAME ACM codec that actually
works with virutaldub etc? The last one I can find that works was built in 2000?
I've stumbled across some newer builds but they crash new virtualdub builds
instantly when you try to change the audio compression (ie. lame 3.94 alpha 12's ACM)

Thanks for any help!
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netarchy
post Apr 12 2003, 06:04
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if you want a newer acm than 3.90.2 you might try www.doom9.org
they have lame 3.93.1 acm (its in their lame pack)


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post Apr 12 2003, 11:35
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aha! thank you very much, that was it, and it works!

but on the sad side, I see the VBR (ABR) modes still don't work quite right within AVI files (really the fault of the avi spec?)
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Big_Berny
post Apr 12 2003, 13:20
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Try Virtualdubmod Download
It has a special VBR/ABR Muxing function!
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avibe
post Apr 13 2003, 03:54
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ah very neat, thanks for the tip
lol, 4 virtualdub folders now... asf version, mpeg2 version, regular version and mod version...

is there any way to get the mod version to open mpeg2 files? I vaguely remember reading about some kind of patch or plugin?
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post Apr 14 2003, 04:38
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hmm. I think there is a vbr limitation in the avi format itself.

ogg will rule the world (in - maybe - some years).
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post Apr 14 2003, 19:18
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You must create an avs-file. To do this you need DVD2AVI. Download it, install it, run it, open you MPEG2-file, press "save project". Then it creates an avs-file. This file you can open with virtualdub(mod).

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