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Old 12-05-2010, 06:19 AM
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Default Could someone please tell me if this video sample work on the J3?

First of all, thanks for sharing this tutorial & showing off SUPER. It really is a quite nice tool, that does what you want it to!

For me there seem to be one exception though. When I first tried converting a video, I had the output audio codec selected as Mp3, but the volume between the output and input was totally different, not to say that the bass broke as well, no matter what bit rate I was using.

Changing the output to PCM solved this, but after listening carefully there still was a sound difference, with and without using the same frequency for the output. It's not very noticeable unless you use headphones, but since I mostly do that when listening to music, I was a bit dissapointed. For some hours I kept changing the settings, but I've had no luck making a perfectly sounding video yet. And no matter how weird it sounds, the worst results I got was when I used "Stream Copy" for the audio.

I've found an alternative way to make things work out properly though. It seems like if I start out disabling the Audio and converting the video to the right format and then make a stream copy of the audio afterwards, the sound isn't modified at all. Afterwards, it's possible to use SUPER's MUX Video & Audio function to create the final video.

A little note. I've had some trouble converting a Stream copied audio filed that wasn't in PCM format using SUPER. I'll suggest you try any other converter if your the audio for example is in AAC or AC-3.

Oh, and since I don't own a J3 yet, could someone please tell me if this video sample worked for them? If it doesn't, skip everything I said above.

Grass.avi (50.1MB)

EDIT: I just noticed that I didn't change the standard setting of the H.264/AVC level doing the process of converting the video stream. However, since the standard level was set to 1.3, the chance is that the video might play just fine. Or, that's what I predict it will at least.

Last edited by Urne; 12-05-2010 at 06:39 AM. Reason: Video uploaded, Extra note added
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