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    I have a joycoder pc-330 portable dvr it records from tv and anything else with a video output. What i am wanting to do is strore my video files on this thing, my problem is everything that is recorded on the device is in avi format 320X240 with a 256kbps bit rate. now i can take from from device and do anything i want to with the files, same as with all my other video files of which i own. Now i have MovAvi video converter 5.5, which pretty much allows u to do anything converting wise with your files you can think of, if you know what your doing???.which is where my problem is..lol.. i can convert videos for my PSP, my pocket PC, my ipod, even my girlfreinds cell phone. i can not for the life of me convert any of my files to play on this device.......i can convert the files to match format/avi,audio/pcm,and deminsion/320X240, but i can not get my bitrate to come out 256kbps????? any help and or advice, i dont pretend to know what im doing im just figureing it out as i go, but this one has me stummped. thank you
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    Yea my software has a calculator, my problem is understanding what to do with it. No matter what ive tried so far doesnt seem to work, my files keeps coming out 1411kbps. And of course its been a couple days and they havent answered any of my tech questions.
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    1411kbps is cd wav standard for audio I believe. You might have a default setting clicked on by mistake somewhere. See if you have a setting for custom controls or some terminology like that.
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    Don't ask me how I found this out but I was messing around the other day and I noticed that I could get different bitrates on PCM WAV files using Goldwave.



    This is a WAV sample at 16KHz and saved as 8 bit stereo and you can see that it has a bitrate of 256kbps. You get the same result by saving as 16 bit mono.
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    there are (2) streams ans (2) bit rates

    super can give you a 256k bit rate

    you need to use mediainfo or gspot one one of the files from your PVR then set those exact settings and codecs in super

    and try converting a test video
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  6. 8 bits per sample
    2 channels
    16,000 samples per second

    8 * 2 * 16,000 = 256,000

    But this is your audio. You need to make your video 256kbps MPEG 4 ASP.
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