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I am trying to connect two videos from an RCA camera on Avidemux and when i press the play button to watch the video it will play just swell, but ...
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    Avidemux won't sync audio and video


    I am trying to connect two videos from an RCA camera on Avidemux and when i press the play button to watch the video it will play just swell, but it says trouble initializing audio. i cannot even add another video to the end of the frames it just says the audio keeps having problems.



    Why does it do this, and how do i prevent it, mind you i am pretty computer retarded. Just a heads up.

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    Do you know in what the format the camera records the audio? You might need a codec for that.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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    AVI? is that the format? this computer business in not my cup of tea...

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    AVI is simply an acronym for Audio Video Interleave. It is a method to mix and sync audio and video tracks. It can use any number of audio formats, such as mp3, aac, ac3, etc. Using ffmpeg, you can re-encode the entire audio and video streams to a format your system will handle. I do that all the time, converting an AVI with mp3 audio to an mpeg2 with aac (dvd-compatible digital audio) so I can burn it to a DVD and use my optical digital audio link on the dvd player to play thru my good stereo unit.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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