Is this possible? Right now, the program I'm using for encoding audio in MP4s with VirtualDub is
C:\Program Files (x86)\VirtualDub\encoders\NeroAAC\neroAacEnc.exe
My command arguments are
-q 0.67 -ignorelength -if - -of "%(tempaudiofile)"
and my output filename is
I'd like to stop using neroAacEnc.exe and start using qaac.exe as it gives me better sound quality and volume but in another program. Can someone tell me how to use it in VirtualDub? I'd stick to the other program but it doesn't allow for the precise kind of control I can have with VirtualDub when it comes to resyncing audio and video.
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