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Old 2007-10-19, 07:40 PM
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DVD volume

I just got a DVD in a trade, and the picture is EX and it sounds good, but the volume is way too low. On a normal level, I can barely hear it.

What I have done so far is extracted the audio from the DVD and have fixed it so it sounds good, but now I have to remove the old audio and add the fixed one. How can I do this, if anyone could help me out, I'd really appreciate it

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Old 2007-10-20, 07:31 AM
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Re: DVD volume

Stick it in your authoring proggy.
Tmpeg is an easy one to use but all have the same options give or take.Now it will tell you the audio & video specs etc.
You will have an option to change the audio(look for source tab)<---thats the bit you want.Now swap
Then adjust your gap correction to resync it as it may be + or -180 ms depending on how you did your remaster.

However you could of just left everything,reauthored it & used the option of volume adjusting in the authoring proggy.

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