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Old 20th December 2007
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Originally Posted by adicoto
Yes, I see. This is an analog capture from a possible HD TV stetion, it ain't a HD file.
Yes, it's an 48.000 Hz file. The problem it's from the audio decoder. Usually, Elecard deals this kind of audio with no problems.The file have, in fact, MP3 audio (probably Lame it's the compresor used) but it's recognised as an AC3 stream, there is where the problem is. Probably the capture software it's generating this.
Thanks for your reply, the weirdest thing is that it can be opened well with WMP but no with Bsplayer Pro although its audio is AC3 and i have AC3Filter. After encoding with mp3 then Bsplayer runs it fine.
Here is my AC3Filter details:, 516096 bytes, Version

FileDescription: ac3filter
FileVersion: 1.01a
InternalName: ac3filter
LegalCopyright: Copyright c 2002-2004 by Alexander Vigovsky
ProductName: AC3Filter
ProductVersion: 1.01a
Comments: Direct show audio decoder and processor filter

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