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  • Chris Barnard
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    Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
    Tmpeg 4 Xpresss is the best I know at the lowest price, approx 1 carton of beer

    the free ones are free for a reason, they don't work perfect

    Bought Softe Audio Encoder. Yesterday but they have not esnt me the activation code. GETting very upset...

    http://www.softe.net/

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  • antonsvideo
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    Tmpeg 4 Xpresss is the best I know at the lowest price, approx 1 carton of beer

    the free ones are free for a reason, they don't work perfect

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  • Chris Barnard
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    thanks guys. I will get Edius 4.5 but I can't wait until then.

    I tried the free ffmpeg encoder, but the audio stream is out of synch with the video. 1/2 a sec or so.

    tearing my hair out here!!

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    Or if you can wait for v4.5 of EDIUS, that will have AC3 encoding as well (yes, you can output AC3 alone directly from the timeline).

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  • T-Bone
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    chris, for some good background info, take a look at this
    http://ediusforum.grassvalley.com/fo...hread.php?t=90

    it talks about PC3's AC3 as well as some other possibilities

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  • Chris Barnard
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    http://www.freedownloadmanager.org/d...erter_44019_p/

    or something like this? Supports volume normalising...

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  • Chris Barnard
    started a topic Best AC3 encoder for newbie?

    Best AC3 encoder for newbie?

    Something simple that does the job but allows even an intelligent novice to tweak a few settting so prevent those volume drop-offs and so on.

    Anyone have any thought?

    IS this too technical?

    http://www.downloadjunction.com/prod...125/index.html
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