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23rd March 2015, 19:29
Been trying this :

But the prog (AVI4HV.EXE) will not accept my audio files


What gives ?

Complete name : C:\AVI4HV\Kylie.wav
Format : Wave
File size : 2.02 MiB
Duration : 1mn 36s
Overall bit rate mode : Constant
Overall bit rate : 176 Kbps
Format : PCM
Format settings, Endianness : Little
Format settings, Sign : Unsigned
Codec ID : 1
Duration : 1mn 36s
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 176.4 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 11.025 KHz
Bit depth : 8 bits
Stream size : 2.02 MiB (100%)

25th March 2015, 02:19
I haven't done this, but when it has the ? mark after it touches the video it's asking for the audio file name which you type in Kylie.wav. This is not apparent in your screenshot. Just a guess.

25th March 2015, 12:26
You were correct :D

I just assumed it would expect the audio to have the same name :roll:

Just did one at 11025 no-dither and another @ 22050 with dither

Big Buck Bunny Next ! :D :thumbsup:

Tried a 24 bit version of Big Buck Bunny with Avi4AGA
seemed to be working but did not complete
Possibly because the AVI was 2.25 GB (2,419,439,532 bytes)

Will have to try a 24 bit version of Kylie...

25th March 2015, 22:38
Well they sort of work :lol: But Slowly
I should have changed the frame rate (to 15 fps)

My 600 playing one (see attached).


It looks better on a TFT than a TV to me.

26th March 2015, 00:03
Great, that's... uh.. um. Wouldn't it just be easier to use frogger or riva to play AVI or MPG directly for your Amiga pron needs? On second thought don't answer that.

26th March 2015, 01:48
Avi would have to be converted to CinePak (which I did for Wrecking Ball ;))
I think there is 3ivX/DivX/XviD for the Amiga but PPC only ?
MPG (VCD) is prob... easiest all round, but still requires a fast CPU/GPU.

But this is supposed to allow unaccelerated Amigas Video...

26th March 2015, 20:10
Well 15 fps just made it worse = The sound played normally but the Video lagged behind.

I emulated a 1200 +040 and my unadjusted (fps) ones run fine :blink:

On my 1200 (+040/25) it runs a little slow
About 2 mins 7 secs for a 1 min 35 clip
= approx 2/3 speed