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As Jim Mack has correctly pointed out MKV (Matroska) and AVI are containers, and are both able to store many of the same streams without any change to the streams themselves, and thus the remuxing should be lossless. But there is one time where data is lost when remuxing from AVI to MKV. The thing is that some poor encoders in the day of AVI have created ...


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The setup that i use for something similar is: Step 1 - demux avconv -i in.mts -an -c:a copy video.mkv -c:a copy audio.ac3 Step 2 - audio editing For this i just open my audio.ac3 in Audacity and normalise the sound. At this time it may be a good idea to try to remove the noise. I reencode into Vorbis, but it is up to you what you wish to do. Let's say ...


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AVI and MKV are both containers, so in theory it should be possible to transfer your contents with no further loss. I can't say for certain if MKV can wrap xvid4, but it's very likely. You shouldn't need to decode / re-encode to transfer the contents, just demux / remux.


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This goes for video: There is NO SUCH THING as "lossless" compression (talking about encoding, not capturing video) when it comes to practical, modern day film making. There is only "lossy." When you zip up a file and send it to a friend and he unzips it, all of the data is still there, this is lossless, but a codec that is written to from your camera/that ...


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What you want is generally called an "HDMI audio extractor". There are several hardware products on the market that will extract the audio in the HDMI stream to an audio out connection and pass-through the video part. A search on ebay gives you several results: http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=HDMI+audio+extractor Though if you need very high quality ...


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As AJ Henderson already said you can not use the Dolby codec in a trial version of Premiere due to licensing costs on Adobe's side. What you can do to circumvent this is trancode the audio with a different tool like FFmpeg. With ffmpeg you can use this command below to transcode the audio to PCM but leave the video untouched. I chose avi for the container ...


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It sounds like there is a problem with your Dolby Decoder for the AC3 audio stream. If you are on a trial or pirated copy then you may not have been able to activate the AC3 decoder that normally comes with Premiere. (Adobe has to pay Dolby for each copy used.) If you are on a legit copy, something may have become corrupt with the Dolby decoder. Try doing ...


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I am not a laywer, but my limited understanding of the situation is this. I see two issues here: When you upload a video to youtube you need to grant them certain rights. As Youtube is without any doubt a commercial plattform, beyond others you have to grant them the right to commercially use your video. Unfortunately, as your soundtrack is CC NC, you ...


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This is hitting an automated filter. There should be an option to contest the finding and it should then make it up to the copyright provider to identify if it actually is a violation (which is sounds like it shouldn't be). I would also suggest adding a note in the description that it actually is CC SA NC since Youtube won't allow you to specify it. As ...



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