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Old Jan 5, 2005, 6:28 AM   #8
chushpajz
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****original movie file info taken with W1**********
VideoInfo:
Picture Information:
Width: 640 Height: 480
BitCount: 24

Media Information:
Total Frame: 126 FrameRate:25.00

fccHandler: MPG1
Codec: Ligos MPEG Video Decoder
Description:Video

AudioInfo:
SampleRate: 32000 BitRate: 64000
Channels: 1 BlockAlign:288

Codec: Ligos MPEG Audio Decoder
Description: Audio
TOTAL FILE SIZE:872 KB (893.576 bytes)
****converted movie info****************************
was converted with -WinMPG Video Convert-
VideoInfo:
Picture Information:
Width: 640 Height: 480
BitCount: 24

Media Information:
Total Frame: 127 FrameRate:25.00

fccHandler: MPG1
Codec: Ligos MPEG Video Decoder
Description:Video

AudioInfo:
SampleRate: 44100 BitRate: 224000
Channels: 2 BlockAlign:731

Codec: Ligos MPEG Audio Decoder
Description: Audio
TOTAL FILE SIZE:1,72 MB (1.805.495 bytes)

when I have imported this converted movie to both 101MSDCF folder and to 100MSDCF folder (without importing the *.THM file from the original movie) in index view mode on camera I could only see blue thumbnail and when I tried to play it, "File error" message appears. Importing the *.THM file have only made the thumbnail image visible in the thumbnail or index view on camera, but still "File error" message appears, probably due to diferent audio information or diferent informations of file and informations of file in the *.THM file.
To eliminate first doubt, I will need to have proper MPEG1 video/audio converter capable of editing audio settings, does anyone know one?
P.S.
To simulate the original situation I have first opened the original MPG file teken with W1 with VirtualDub and converted it to *.avi file and compresed it with XviD MPEG-4 Codec (highest quality setting). Then the compressed *.avi file was again converted to MPEG1 file.
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