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    what format should videos be in so that both video and AUDIO play on my PS3
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    With the 1.82 update you can play H.264 and MPEG4, but of course you can always use MPEG2. I think WMA audio is supported (for some reason) but mostly AAC, MP3, and any audio streams you'd find on DVD or BRD.
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    The files play great in standard MPEG2 format but still no audio, but the PS3 doesnt recognise the MP4 files of my PSP, so i still have no audio from videos streamed fom my PC
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    After a little thought i have found it is ripped NTSC or region 1 files that has the audio problem, i have just ripped a region 2 pal video clip, and it plays fine both video and audio. I am in UK so my standard region is region to, can any one suggest any help
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    Anyone got any suggestions
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    Try PSP Video 9 by Red Kawa
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    tried it mate, still the same, could the problem be RCE coding, i have dvd decrypted them but still cant get the audio!!!!
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    Use Goldwave to get a wav file and then remux.
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    Sorry mate, but im a real noob when the word demux is mention'd, i presume you mean rip an audio track off, then join it onto the MPEG file. i can rip the audio using DVD AUDIO RIPPER, but what program do i use to put the two together.................sorry to be such a noob mate
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    And this topic probably belongs in one of the video forums where you can get more answers on the encoding issues. Have a mod move the thread for you. Some of the folks over there are much better at explaining transcoding than I am. I tend to get a bit wordy
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    If you have the DVD decrypted, make one large VOB file by re-ripping the VIDEO_TS folder with smartripper (making sure not to file split) and import the large VOB directly into Red Kawa.
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