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Thread: I'm Sick Of Low Sound On Movies

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    ok....im sick of turning my volume allllllllll the way up to listen to the dialogues correctly.... i've heard this has to do with ac3 filter.... but im not sure of how to fix it.... anyone know how to do so?

    Thx

  2. Movies & TV   -   #2
    If you use BSplayer right click on the screen and go to properties (I think) and play around whit the ac3 options otherwies try the matrixmixer thingie

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    yeah but the sound will sound distorted and crap

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    Originally posted by DWk@27 November 2003 - 11:35
    ok....im sick of turning my volume allllllllll the way up to listen to the dialogues correctly.... i've heard this has to do with ac3 filter.... but im not sure of how to fix it.... anyone know how to do so?

    Thx
    i have the same problems with some movies

    so you are not alone there bro

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    Use Goldwave

    Drag avi into goldwave

    It deflashes (somtimes looks like it has crashed give it a moment)

    Maximise (you can mess about until you get what you like)

    Save as mp3(or wav if your decoding) and you can remix back in avi.

    No more blowing your ears off when you close movie and forget to lower volume on speakers

    Cheers

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    Originally posted by SMID@27 November 2003 - 14:23
    Use Goldwave

    Drag avi into goldwave

    It deflashes (somtimes looks like it has crashed give it a moment)

    Maximise (you can mess about until you get what you like)

    Save as mp3(or wav if your decoding) and you can remix back in avi.

    No more blowing your ears off when you close movie and forget to lower volume on speakers

    Cheers
    sounds like a lot of work..

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    what kind of file extension names are you dling? I've found that .avi files usually have the best quality

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    3mins to deflash
    5mins to maximise
    3mins to save

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    above post to james bond rulez

    The time to audio add back to AVI not sure about yet i will let you know.

    Its seems long winded way to do it but it works and it must be easy cos i can do it.

    Cheers

  10. Movies & TV   -   #10
    I dont know how but something called TFM filter got installed in my PC automatically. I can amplifly volume whenever I am playing any movie with Media Player Classic. But sound cracks.
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