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    hi, i have copied a movie file from my vcd. as usual, i will split the audios if there is two audio sounds using virtualdub. however, this time, i failed to split the two audios. when i checked the movie file's properties, it indicate the audio in mono. but, when i play with windows media layer, i try to adjust the left and right speakers, i can choose the audio that i wish to listen to. anyone can help me to fix the problem?
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    When you say yuou can choose the audio you want to listen too are they two different audio tracks?
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    Use Virtualdub to demux the audio into a WAV file. Use Audacity (it's free) to split the WAV file into separate left and right channels. Convert the separate WAV files back to MPEG-1 layer II audio for VCD using BeSweet or something similar.
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    Originally Posted by thecoalman
    When you say yuou can choose the audio you want to listen too are they two different audio tracks?
    yea, one is a cantonese track the other is a mandarin track.
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    Originally Posted by jman98
    Use Virtualdub to demux the audio into a WAV file. Use Audacity (it's free) to split the WAV file into separate left and right channels. Convert the separate WAV files back to MPEG-1 layer II audio for VCD using BeSweet or something similar.
    can you please explain a little how to demux into wav file?
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  6. In virtualdub, file=>save wav
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    Originally Posted by poisondeathray
    In virtualdub, file=>save wav
    thanks!!!!!!!!
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    Originally Posted by sharmine
    Originally Posted by jman98
    Use Virtualdub to demux the audio into a WAV file. Use Audacity (it's free) to split the WAV file into separate left and right channels. Convert the separate WAV files back to MPEG-1 layer II audio for VCD using BeSweet or something similar.
    can you please explain a little how to demux into wav file?
    hi, can you give me some guides on how to remove the left channel audio using audacity?
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    Originally Posted by sharmine
    Originally Posted by sharmine
    Originally Posted by jman98
    Use Virtualdub to demux the audio into a WAV file. Use Audacity (it's free) to split the WAV file into separate left and right channels. Convert the separate WAV files back to MPEG-1 layer II audio for VCD using BeSweet or something similar.
    can you please explain a little how to demux into wav file?
    hi, can you give me some guides on how to remove the left channel audio using audacity?
    hi, think i have successfully remove the track that i dun want, though im not sure whether my method is correct or not. i just press the "x" for the track that i dun want. correct me if im wrong. then, i tried to convert to mpeg1 layer ii as u have metioned earlier, but..i can't find the file format for mpeg1 layer ii in besweet.
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    Originally Posted by sharmine
    Originally Posted by sharmine
    Originally Posted by sharmine
    Originally Posted by jman98
    Use Virtualdub to demux the audio into a WAV file. Use Audacity (it's free) to split the WAV file into separate left and right channels. Convert the separate WAV files back to MPEG-1 layer II audio for VCD using BeSweet or something similar.
    can you please explain a little how to demux into wav file?
    hi, can you give me some guides on how to remove the left channel audio using audacity?
    hi, think i have successfully remove the track that i dun want, though im not sure whether my method is correct or not. i just press the "x" for the track that i dun want. correct me if im wrong. then, i tried to convert to mpeg1 layer ii as u have metioned earlier, but..i can't find the file format for mpeg1 layer ii in besweet.
    finally! i have found the file format. then, what should i choose for frc peset? and when i click the "go" button, a besweet notepad will come out. what should i do?
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