5. Don't worry if you don't see any video in the gray
windows. All you should see for this operation is just the gray
6. Click on Video tab on tool bar. You will see a dot next to Full processing mode.
7. Scroll down to Direct stream copy and click. This should change the video compression mode to direct stream.
8. Verify the change by clicking on the Video tool bar again and now you will have a dot beside Direct stream copy.
9. Click on the Audio tab on the tool bar. You will see
- one on avi audio and one on direct stream copy.
10. If you don't have these settings change them by clicking on each of these features.
11. Now click on the File tab again.
12. Click on the second line from the top which should be Append video segment.
13 Again locate the next file you want to add, then click on it.
14. Repeat 12 and 13 again for as many parts as you wish to
15. Then click on File and select Save AVI
16. Name it any new name you wish; but consider always including "Joined" so that you'll remember that you altered it from the original posters work.
And you've just completed your first join.
If the file refuses to join, the first step is to see if one of the parts is of different frame size, video codec, or audio type or data rate. If so, the next section provides information on how to fix it.
This is kind of like the divfix (which never seems to work for
I do not think you loose anything. If you like to screw around with
changing codec's, editing or what not it's not too bad. I hope I have
steps listed. I think I read a lot of this
from a message Alice posted.
1. File (Task bar) - Open up file you wantThis usually adds 10 bytes to the file size. Why, I do not know. In some cases VDub will give a message about the index being fu.
2. Click on "timebar" (bottom of screen) (or barely nudge) to show vid
3. Click on 2nd icon fr right to indicate start of vid
4. Move "timebar" to end of vid by sliding it
5. Click on last icon to indicate end of vid
6. Video (Task bar) - Click on 'direct stream process'
7. File (Task bar) - Save as avi - I use same nm as the file with the addition of fixed-fb ChinaBoxfixed-fb so I do not ever repost it.
1. On the top menu bar, under "Audio", select "AVI Audio" and "Full Processing Mode".Note: the increased volume can be heard when playing both the "input video" side and the "output video" side.
2. If you're overlaying an audio track from somewhere else, you'll need to change the "AVI Audio" to "WAV Audio" and then select the input track.
3. After you've chosen "Full Processing Mode", you'll see the greyed-out "Volume" become available.
4. Click "Audio" then "Volume" and a smaller window will come up that says "Audio Volume".
5. Check the box that says "Adjust Volume of Audio Channels" then set the volume control slider. I find that 250% - 300% is needed for weak input audio tracks, although you get some hiss with that.
6. Click on "OK" and you're done.