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  1. Member
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    Hi all bros,

    I start new day with the problem with audio compression.You can see it below:

    I try to re-encode the video file .avi with the properties:



    Video and video compression settings:







    Then I stuck with the error:




    Maybe, so silly to post it here! However, thanks to your attention!
    And,hopefully get your help!

    I really need to re-encode these kind of .avi files to .avi files with the exact properties (love to use VirtualDub not others):



    Thanks~!
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    You might start by reading the forum rules regarding video and audio that you do not own the copyright to. The files in question are clearly fall into this category.

    Secondly, I would not use Windows in-built MP3 compression. Install the ACM version of LAME MP3 and use that to compress your audio.
    Read my blog here.
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  3. Your source audio has 48 KHz sampling. Your compression settings were for 22.05 KHz audio. If you want to use 22.05 KHz audio use Audio -> Conversion... to convert from 48 to 22.05 KHz.
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    Thanks all,Men! I will try!
    @guns1inger:Yeah, Sorry, I'm a newbie!
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    Install the ACM version of LAME MP3 and use that to compress your audio
    I've already installed LAME MP3, but how can I use it with VirtualDUb to compress audio?
    Thanks!
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    It should show up in the list of codecs. If it doesn't then you either haven't installed it, or haven't installed the ACM version.
    Read my blog here.
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